So, I have a bit of a dilemma. I've been attempting to run a Minecraft server from home that I can access from the college through a VPN (Hamachi) in order to avoid port forwarding problems which have all slapped me in the face for days.
At the college, I realized how I can't install any sort of program directly into the computers there. Moreover, even if I could access the C: drive, roaming profiles are active there and so it would need to be repeated each time I got onto a different computer (let alone any of my friends).
So far, I have no idea what to do. I have a VPN set up on Hamachi that I've tested on other computers with Hamachi already installed. That works fine, but I can't install the Hamachi client onto the college computers because it requires access to the system32 drivers folder, which I don't have.
I need a simple, relatively small program that is a self-contained .exe or something similar that can just be dropped onto a desktop and told a few things to do in order to connect to the server. No drivers or anything installed in program files. I can place things into the AppData folder, if that's of any help.
Any assistance would be appreciated. I'm open to anything that can work at this point.