CAD / CSD Admin rights

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I have this problem too.
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Cathal O'Driscoll Tue, 02/23/2010 - 17:22

In our Organisation none of the CAD/CSD users have local admin rights.  It only becomes a problem when newer versions needs to be installed - They all have to be pushed out instead of being downloaded automatically

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