The above advice is largely only for Myriad v2 - Myriad v3 stores its settings in the Registry and is therefore a slightly trickier problem.
If you are a very advanced windows user, you could set the security on the P Squared Registry key to allow the users you want - but I would NOT RECOMMEND this unless you really know what you are doing (and of course have taken a complete backup before you start!)
The best way forward is to set your Windows Login as a member of the Power Users group - this is a kind of halfway house between being a regular limited user and a full administrator.
You may then want to follow the Microsoft guidelines on limiting what Power Users can get up to, but that is beyond the scope of this article.
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