How to install file without domain admin rights

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I work at a college and i want to install itunes onto my work computer, however I do not have an admin account on my domain. My machine is running Windows 7 enterprise. I have searched high and low for a way around this. For some reason they don't allow adjunct instructors to have admin access to their own laptops. I would ultimately like to learn how to get around that, but just getting iTunes installed would be a good start for now.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Without admin rights this is not possible, if there is a group policy. If you try other way without their knowledge, this is an illegal and unauthenticated.
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  • TheRealRaven
    If you don't have authority and the policy of the network owner forbids it, we can't help. It's illegal/unethical to help to bypass valid restrictions.
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  • ToddN2000
    Good luck, if caught circumventing the security methods in place, is it work risking losing your job? They may have these in place to keep bandwidth usage down. If you want to listen to music, burn a bunch of MP3 files to CD and play them with a media player.
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