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UniBeast needs admin permission?

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Heya, I'm trying to create a bootable USB drive with Unibeast 9.0, but after I confirm all of my settings it prompts me asking for an administrator password in order to create the bootable drive.

Thing is, the only Mac I have on hand is the laptop my school assigned me, so... I don't have the administrator password.

Is there any possible way to create a drive without this password? I don't know anyone who has a Mac besides classmates with school laptops as well, so I don't have any other possible way to download the Mojave installer and create my drive.

(If there's any possible exploit I could use to bypass it or gain admin access (I am running macOS Sierra 10.12.6), that would be good as well. Security is pretty tight, so I can't access Terminal or Recovery mode (firmware pass. locked).)
 
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Did you try your login password?

If they have locked out your account so that you can't install any software then you won't be able to use UniBeast or any other install methods (using Terminal).
 
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