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The SL experience requires two things: (1) a computer connection to the servers that host Second Life and (2) a local "client" program on your own computer that controls your own avatar.  If you don't have both parts, you're not going to be in Second Life.  You can choose to use LL's official viewer, available at https://secondlife.com/support/downloads/?lang=en-US, or any one of several approved third party viewers (see http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Linden_Lab_Official:Alternate_Viewers).  All are quite safe.  At any given time there are 40,000 to 80,000 of us in world using them.  Welcome to Second Life.

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Nobody here knows what your adminstrator password is. It has nothing to do with SL . That's a password on your own computer. It's asking you for permission to run a program that it doesn't recognize. If you are not the administrator on your own computer -- maybe you are on a lab computer on your campus, or trying to load the SL viewer on a computer at your office --- then you will have to talk with your IT system administrator to get his/her permission.

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