I often come across clients who rent printers, and get mad that it is not installing onto their company laptop.
This is because their user account has a security policy set that does not allow for installation or removal of printers.
I know how to set the policy from an administrator account, but I don't have access to their admin accounts/password.
Often their IT dept is unreachable, and the show must go on, so I wind up using a different laptop without restrictions.
Just wondering if anyone knows of a workaround or hack to get around this problem.
I realize these restrictions are there for a good reason, and that this is unethical and all.
I just wanted to know if there WAS any way to bypass these restrictions that anyone was aware of.
Edited by FrankOtheMountaiN, 30 January 2011 - 01:13 AM.