administrative privileges

The highest level of permission that is granted to a computer user. On home computers systems, the owner is usually the default administrator. In business and networked systems, this level of permission normally allows the user to install software, and change configuration settings. The term administrative privileges is most commonly used in reference to Microsoft operating systems.

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