Installing Robot Framework, RIDE IDE for automation testing with Python without Admin rights

  1. Run the downloaded Python Installer.
Custom Install of Python 3.7.0
Installing for only the given user
C:\Users\Public\Python\Python37
Custom Install Location
Successful Python Setup
  1. Set the PYTHONPATH variable to C:\Users\Public\Python\Python37
User Variables Path & PYTHONPATH
%PYTHONPATH%%PYTHONPATH%\Scripts%PYTHONPATH%\Lib\site-packages
Path Variable
  1. For Installing wxPython for GUI
pip install wxPython==4.0.7.post2
pip install robotframework==3.1.2
pip install robotframework-ride==1.7.4.2
pip install robotframework-seleniumlibrary==4.4.0
RIDE Editor

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