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I am currenlty working in a controlled enviroment where I dont have access to admin rights. Now, I am looking for some way to install Java on this vary machine. I have got a java installer.

Is there exist some way to achieve this?

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I don't think so. A workaround is to install the JDK on a machine you have full control of. Then copy the whole directory to the controlled machine, I've never seen a JDK that really requires any registry keys... –  home Sep 9 '11 at 6:58
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You can install it in a per-user location, and place the path to JDK in the Path environment variable. You could use a setup authoring tool like Advanced Installer or InstallShield, of free tools like WiX or NSIS.

That should make it accessible to other apps searching for the JDK tools. Not the best way, but can't see any other choice in lack of admin privileges.

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and for install these installer you need admin rights. It is not seems a solution. –  user710818 May 29 '13 at 7:43
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Do you need the compiler or just the JRE?

If it's only the JRE you should take a look at: http://portableapps.com/apps/utilities/java_portable

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I need Full JDK. –  Vijay Shanker Sep 9 '11 at 6:59
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Maybe not so good idea, but you can try to download Processing, it is a Java covered programming language as it contains a portable version of Java JDK. You can erase everything except Java an use it.

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I was looking for a way to install a JDK without an installer, so your suggestion looked promising. Are you sure it is a Java JDK? I don seem to be able to find javac.exe –  Peter Hofman Jan 23 at 11:28
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