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Z

zuzu4me

#1
Please someone help me. I tried to get trend micro on my computer. When I
go to install it comes back with installer encounter error 0x80070005 access
denied. What am I doing wrong. I tried to do update from windows but it
says access denied too. Anyone out there that can help me I would appreciate
it. Thanks
 
S

stillarfish

#2
Probanly need to be system administrator. Right click on the program icon and
select Run As Administrator as see if it helps.
--
Fish


"zuzu4me" wrote:

> Please someone help me. I tried to get trend micro on my computer. When I
> go to install it comes back with installer encounter error 0x80070005 access
> denied. What am I doing wrong. I tried to do update from windows but it
> says access denied too. Anyone out there that can help me I would appreciate
> it. Thanks
 
Z

zuzu4me

#3
I am the administator but still doesnt work, any more suggestions?

"stillarfish" wrote:

> Probanly need to be system administrator. Right click on the program icon and
> select Run As Administrator as see if it helps.
> --
> Fish
>
>
> "zuzu4me" wrote:
>

> > Please someone help me. I tried to get trend micro on my computer. When I
> > go to install it comes back with installer encounter error 0x80070005 access
> > denied. What am I doing wrong. I tried to do update from windows but it
> > says access denied too. Anyone out there that can help me I would appreciate
> > it. Thanks
 
M

Mark L. Ferguson

#4
Boot to safe mode with networking (F8 on restart, during 'black screen after
BIOS screen) You may need default "Administrator" account rights. Install
Trend Micro there.

The Updates are something else.
How to troubleshoot common Windows Update, Microsoft Update, and Windows
Server Update Services installation issues:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/906602

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"zuzu4me" <zuzu4me@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:59A8062C-3D8E-48BA-8FFC-6FAB74D69833@xxxxxx

> I am the administator but still doesnt work, any more suggestions?
>
> "stillarfish" wrote:
>

>> Probanly need to be system administrator. Right click on the program icon
>> and
>> select Run As Administrator as see if it helps.
>> --
>> Fish
>>
>>
>> "zuzu4me" wrote:
>>

>> > Please someone help me. I tried to get trend micro on my computer.
>> > When I
>> > go to install it comes back with installer encounter error 0x80070005
>> > access
>> > denied. What am I doing wrong. I tried to do update from windows but
>> > it
>> > says access denied too. Anyone out there that can help me I would
>> > appreciate
>> > it. Thanks
 
S

stillarfish

#5
I am the administrator on my notebook also however Vista still requires me to
right click and run certain applications as administrator. Also see if this
link helps
--
http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/1c3e6b36-b65a-42ed-8bb0-0868ef13c0751033.mspx
Fish


"zuzu4me" wrote:

> I am the administator but still doesnt work, any more suggestions?
>
> "stillarfish" wrote:
>

> > Probanly need to be system administrator. Right click on the program icon and
> > select Run As Administrator as see if it helps.
> > --
> > Fish
> >
> >
> > "zuzu4me" wrote:
> >

> > > Please someone help me. I tried to get trend micro on my computer. When I
> > > go to install it comes back with installer encounter error 0x80070005 access
> > > denied. What am I doing wrong. I tried to do update from windows but it
> > > says access denied too. Anyone out there that can help me I would appreciate
> > > it. Thanks
 
R

Ronnie Vernon MVP

#6
"zuzu4me" <zuzu4me@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:59A8062C-3D8E-48BA-8FFC-6FAB74D69833@xxxxxx

>I am the administator but still doesnt work, any more suggestions?
>
zuzu4me

One piece of information you are missing.

In Vista, a normal Administrator account will run with Standard User
privileges. You need to specifically give your permission for a program to
use your Administrator privileges.

If a program needs these privileges, a box will pop-up and request this
permission, you have the option of letting it contine or denying the
request.

If the program needs administrator privileges, but does not make the
request, this means that the program is not Vista aware. For these programs,
you need to right click the programs file and select the 'Run As
Administrator' option. This will cause the permission box to display and you
can then allow it to use your administrator privileges.

--

Ronnie Vernon
Microsoft MVP
Windows Desktop Experience
 
Z

zuzu4me

#7
I did that already & I changed the registry still wont let me install. I
cant even download the updates from microsoft either. If anyone can help me
please!

"Ronnie Vernon MVP" wrote:

> "zuzu4me" <zuzu4me@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:59A8062C-3D8E-48BA-8FFC-6FAB74D69833@xxxxxx

> >I am the administator but still doesnt work, any more suggestions?
> >
>
> zuzu4me
>
> One piece of information you are missing.
>
> In Vista, a normal Administrator account will run with Standard User
> privileges. You need to specifically give your permission for a program to
> use your Administrator privileges.
>
> If a program needs these privileges, a box will pop-up and request this
> permission, you have the option of letting it contine or denying the
> request.
>
> If the program needs administrator privileges, but does not make the
> request, this means that the program is not Vista aware. For these programs,
> you need to right click the programs file and select the 'Run As
> Administrator' option. This will cause the permission box to display and you
> can then allow it to use your administrator privileges.
>
> --
>
> Ronnie Vernon
> Microsoft MVP
> Windows Desktop Experience
>
 
J

jihchiang

#8
Hi,you have probably known that there is a REAL built-in administrator who
pulls the strings, not you (sorry), which is why sometimes the computer said
you didn't have the admin.previleges to go on. I can show you how to Enable
the real built-in admin. and use it to do what you wanted.:
1.) Start menu. Type cmd on the search box. The cmd program will show up
at the top, right click on that.
2.) click Run As Administrator, click Continue on the prompt.
3.) a black and white window will appear. Type net user administrator
/active:yes ( notice there is space between net, user, administrator, / )
Press Enter key.
4. ) the screen will tell if the request is successful or not. If not,
re-type again, watch for spacing between words.
5) if successful, close the b/w window, LOG-OFF and restart.
6.) after re-start, you'll see an Administrator acct. next to yours and
other user accts. Click that Admin. acct.
7.) the system will start setting up the desktop for the new Admin.acct.,
after that you can use it the way you want. Make sure you give this acct. a
password because it can do ANYTHING.
8.) if you don't want it afterwards, repeat the procedures, except type
active:no instead of active:yes.
Please inform me of your progress. Good luck.
"zuzu4me" <zuzu4me@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:C1C8D780-C393-41E1-8BB4-9415BAF7A9A0@xxxxxx

>I did that already & I changed the registry still wont let me install. I
> cant even download the updates from microsoft either. If anyone can help
> me
> please!
>
> "Ronnie Vernon MVP" wrote:
>

>> "zuzu4me" <zuzu4me@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> news:59A8062C-3D8E-48BA-8FFC-6FAB74D69833@xxxxxx

>> >I am the administator but still doesnt work, any more suggestions?
>> >
>>
>> zuzu4me
>>
>> One piece of information you are missing.
>>
>> In Vista, a normal Administrator account will run with Standard User
>> privileges. You need to specifically give your permission for a program
>> to
>> use your Administrator privileges.
>>
>> If a program needs these privileges, a box will pop-up and request this
>> permission, you have the option of letting it contine or denying the
>> request.
>>
>> If the program needs administrator privileges, but does not make the
>> request, this means that the program is not Vista aware. For these
>> programs,
>> you need to right click the programs file and select the 'Run As
>> Administrator' option. This will cause the permission box to display and
>> you
>> can then allow it to use your administrator privileges.
>>
>> --
>>
>> Ronnie Vernon
>> Microsoft MVP
>> Windows Desktop Experience
>>