These rights are in place to ensure that staff do not install unauthorised software. We on this forum would not, even if we could, advise how to breach corparate IT policies. The only way you can get this software onto your laptop would be with the authority of your employers whose IT staff would then install the software for you. You should explain to your IT manager hwy you require the software and they would then either install or advise you of the correct alternative within the corporate policy.
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