Can the oracle software be installed on windows without having administrator privileges?
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Given that Oracle installation requires registry edits, service installations - I would say no.
No, but there are workarounds
One workaround is to run a virtual machine that has Oracle and only Oracle installed. this has the significant benefit of insuring that the many kernel tweaks required of oracle are constrained within one instance.