Creating VM if you are not admin of the Windows PC

Discussion in 'Windows Guest OS Discussion' started by RobinS, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. RobinS


    I have been previously creating a virtual image from my Windows XP laptop using parallels transporter and then running it on my mac using Parallels 7.
    My company is just upgraded to Windows 7 which is a locked down image so I can no longer install Transporter onto the source Windows PC to create a VM image onto an USB drive as the user is no longer Admin of the local machine

    Is there any way I can run Parallels Transport off an external drive and create a VM of my Windows 7 PC (onto an external drive) without installing Transporter onto it?

    Any other ideas that might resolve this problem as I'm sure I am not alone in asking this question?


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