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Re: Installing TortoiseSVN without administrator rights.

From: alex priem <alexpriem_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-31 21:44:04 CEST

On 8/31/07, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> wrote:
> A non-Admin install is possible, as long as the MFC and CRT libs (in the
> correct version) are already installed. But since those need to be
> installed by an admin, you would have to do that before installing TSVN
> as a non-Admin.
> You can find an installer for the CRT/MFC libs somewhere on the MS site.

Well, there's definitely something fishy with the non-admin install. I guess
that the
registry gets set somewhere at the end of the installation process.

I didn't install the CRT/MFC libs, initially I just copied them from a XP
machine to the win2k
machine's \windows\system32 (which is required to be writeable by certain
installed programs on our site); however, on other machines, I didn't need
to 'install'
the CRT/MFC libs, just fiddling with the registry was enough.

I guess that I'm just lucky, and that this would not have been possible on


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Received on Fri Aug 31 21:41:07 2007

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