Note: The resolution steps for Windows 8 also apply to Windows 10, although the Microsoft article had not yet been updated as of the creation of this Chief Architect article.
If you have not recently upgraded your Microsoft Windows operating system, then you are likely receiving this warning because you are signed in to a limited user account. If possible, sign in under the Administrator account instead and attempt to launch the software, or contact your IT department to adjust your permissions accordingly.
If neither of the above options resolve the warning, right-click on the program icon and select Run as Administrator.
If you are receiving this error on a Mac
Check to ensure that you are signed in to the computer with an Account that has administrative rights. If you are not, contact your IT department to request that your permissions be adjusted accordingly.
If you are signed in to the computer as an Administrator, then you may need to repair the disk permissions.