In Windows Vista® and Windows 7®, regardless of your permissions, you can run any application as an administrator. To run an application as an administrator, right-click the filename and select Run As Administrator. Provide the administrator ID and password when prompted.
If you need more help, contact your system administrator.
For Macintosh computer please follow the below link: http://kb.eset.com/esetkb/index?page=content&id=SOLN2592&locale=en_US
If still you have issues then please provide details mentioned by Pat Willener.
I'm using Windows 7. I'm not able to click on the filename as it's all automatic once I click on downloading the file. All that is available is the black box that Adobe provides while it is being extracted. At the end of the extraction (while the same box is open), it give me the message that I don't have proper permissions. That's it. Nothing to click.
I am the "administrator" as this is my personal PC. Don't have a password.
OK. Last night some time after I wrote my first post. some prompt came up on one of the many sites I've visited, telling me that I need to download a new FlashPlayer in order to view something, which I did by clicking on the "OK" button. As I was writing the post above, I got a popup message that Flash had essentially been installed.
I checked and it is. I have no idea why it did this time.
What a strange program.