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Can I install Oracle on Windows without being an administrator?

I would like to install Oracle database (11g) on my Windows XP development workstation at work, but I am not an Administrator on the machine, nor do I have access to the "Services" control panel applet. I am able to install applications to any directory, though.

Is it going to be possible to install Oracle database (any edition) on my machine?

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asked May 26, 2010 at 11:19 PM in Default

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No.

You'll need an admin to install Oracle for you. Or, get a VM and be your own local admin. or install it at home - Oracle has a personal edition that is 100% free.

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answered Jul 20, 2010 at 01:02 PM

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