Has a similar issue with VDSP that's easier to explain.
Business environment -- user is probably running with admin rights on local machine
University environment -- user has student and not no admin rights
No user with student rights could run VDSP unless I, with admin rights, had created a local world program on that machine.
Solution, I created a hello world on one machine that was then imaged across 32+ machines.
We thought that with CCES using workspaces in student directory that admin / student rights no longer a problem
That thought was appearing correct until we went to use the examples menu item
We downloaded the examples package and installed.
Students can't use the examples package -- Essentially there is a "zip-file equivalent" somewhere with all examples.
The plug-in (in a business sensible manner) only installs the examples on demand.
Good idea, except that the package only installs on-demand to the C: drive, no options to install example else where.
The C: write operation requires admin rights since its not in the user space.
Question -- Can a version of the examples package be created with an option to select install location?
Or -- is there an easy way to expand all the examples, rather than one at a time. I can then do that on one machine and image around
or -- Am I misunderstanding the situation -- are the examples all stored somewhere (un-zipped) and the CCES plugin is just copying things into a workspace?