Here's some invaluable advice:
If you have been hired to fill a non-technical position, do not let anyone know that you possess any kind of technical skills.
Do not let your laziness lure you into giving up clues. For example, do not offer to your admin that you can just fix something yourself given the appropriate permissions. Just bite the bullet and wait like the next guy.
Seems selfish? Say that when they start to queue for help. Even if you like to help and manage to serve all your friendly colleagues well within a reasonable amount of time and effort, the hidden cost shows up only later. It's when people higher up in the food chain realize that it is most efficient for the division to have the most technically skilled person carry most of the technical maintenance (and/or development) burden. Prepare for a drag if that happens.
Of course, I don't expect anyone to take this at face value, but it's sad that there's some sort of twisted truth to it.