System Administrator has set policies...

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Grandaddy

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I'm trying to install Norton Ghost 2002 on my XP Professional. I'm the 'administrator', but it says "the administrator has set policies to prevent this installation." I haven't. I've checked and rechecked my policies and permissions. What could I be doing wrong???
 

Lonman

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Are you logged in under the actual user name "Administrator?" For some things you need to be.
 
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LoctOut

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I had exactly the same problem. It turned out I had already installed Ghost when I Installed Norton System Works 2002.
 
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Grandaddy

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I'm ashamed of myself

Lockout,

You're a genius. I completely fergot about Systemworks 2002!

I "fixed" my problem, thanks
 

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