07-18-2005 11:08 AM
07-18-2005 11:20 AM
I don't have a complete answer for you, but there was a related thread a few weeks back, where the NI "rep" basically said no. The problem, as I recall, was that the LabVIEW Run time has entries in the registry. The previous post was about putting the whole development system on a usb drive/memory stick, which has other issues as well (license violation being the biggie), but there were technical problems as well. Sorry that my heat/humidity baked brain isn't remembering the date of the last thread. It definitely would be nice to have the whole exe on a transportable media though.
07-18-2005 01:07 PM
09-02-2009 06:46 PM
This thread actually shows that another customer was successful, too.
09-27-2011 10:09 PM
Recently, I have the exact same needs as the thread starter, There is a need to run a LV application built on LV2010SP1(exe or installer) on a non-LV installed windows system(clean), but the whole issue of admin rights restrictions prevents me from even installing the free Run-Time Engine.
I have followed the tips from the the above posts, whereby, the content of whole folder in: ...National Instruments\Shared\LabVIEW Run-Time\2010\ ,was copied and placed next the .exe file .
Keeping my fingers crossed... after a few nervous seconds... Voila! My application screen appears... BUT.......it complains that certain library files are missing.Previously I have tested on a clean computer with RTE installed, the applications works properly.
Appreciate any pointers and comments.
09-28-2011 05:46 AM
haven't looked at this in a long time... maybe you could find that library file and/or VI's from a full LabVIEW install and copy them to the USB drive so it could possibly find them in the local directory when it tries to start