well I would think it’s possible you can run Firefox off a jump drive so why not scorched?
If the computers are run like I used to run my network programs could only be run from c:windows and c:program files
and only I could install to those directories. You can also add another feature to only allow programs with specific hashes to run.
If thats the case then you wont be able to run off a thumb drive.
you can run anything from a flash drive in theory. my home server runs off a usb stick. thing is, kangabunny, theyve probably blocked executable files as much for risk of viruses and malicious code. i doubt preventing sneaky game play is their only concern.
go careful. you could open a big can of worms if you find a way to bypass it and could end up in a lot of trouble.
btw I know how to bypass some filters schools use. use the ip of the website instead of the url. but in my experience if they stop executables on the computer from executing except word and few other whitelisted ones then even on a usb it will not work. I think you will have to rename all the scorched exe’s in order for it to run. unfortunately I think that will mean you will have to edit the source code references to their names.
They would go into the users home directory. The user should always have access to this area. If they don’t you can change this directory to also be on the flash drive using command line options to scorchedc.exe.