I need to install Git on an isolated computer which is not connected to the internet. This computer is extremely controlled, with all installations requiring approval and admin privileges (not me). The most recent version of git which is approved for the system is 2.3.4.
Normally, I would just go to the website, download the single-file installer and bring it over to the computer to be installed. However, the current downloadable version of Git is 2.5.1. I see that there is a link to older versions, but they are all tarred folders of source code, which require other software (and therefore approvals) to compile and install git on Windows.
My question: Since the older versions were the current versions at one point, they should have all had executable installers as well. Are these installers of older versions kept anywhere that are available to download? Or can anyone suggest an easier way to install an older version of git on Windows without being able to connect said computer to the internet?