I am trying to install ION Slides2pc scanner. When I try to install the driver, I get a message "system administrator has established policies of prevention of this type of installation. All the answers?

I'm trying to install the software for a slide ION Slides2pc scanner.  When I try to install the driver I get the following message "system administrator has established policies of prevention of this type of installation.  All the answers?

Try right click on the installer and selecting 'run as administrator '.

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