Re: Administrator rights to install/run AutoCad 2002?

AFAIK if you want to install the VBA option then you need to be an admin. To run it I have a feeling that you need to be a Power User, although I haven't checked up on this (The reason that I think this is because if I remember correctly, AutoCAD 2004 advertised the fact that it can be run by any user as one of its features)
Matthew
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Matthew Taylor
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Is it necessary for a user to have local administrator rights to install
> and/or run Autocad 2002?
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> If yes - why? What rights is needed?
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Smackypete
Thanks. What about running it? What is needed then?
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Rolf Barbakken

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