We are currently programming with a single person’s personal laptop rather than our school issued laptops. The issue is that they cannot install all of the PROS files without admin. To boost productivity, I was wondering if uploading PROS to an SD card or a flash drive would work by storing and running the code off of there.
It should be possible to manually “install” and run PROS as a portable app. I don’t have a Windows computer handy to test, but what I recommend trying first is simply installing PROS onto a flash drive from the personal computer and then running PROS from the flash drive on the school computer.
The thing you’re referencing (a) doesn’t work for domain accounts and (b) requires more access than a school computer should be configured to allow.
So I got it to work with a minor roadbump. I installed PROS onto the SD card but wouldn’t open since pros-bootstrapper-dependencies was installed in the user files of the personal computer. I had to copy these files onto the SD card and later put them onto my school computer’s user files separate from the rest of PROS.