Typically, Gurobi can be installed on a Windows machine by double-clicking on the downloaded Gurobi MSI (Microsoft installer) file. Installing Gurobi on Windows requires administrator permissions because system-wide changes are performed, including updating system environment variables. If such an installation is not possible, the contents of the package can be extracted without administrator privileges by running the following command in a terminal (changing the path to match your Gurobi version):
msiexec.exe /a Gurobi-11.0.0-win64.msi /qb TARGETDIR=c:\
Note that any alternative target directory can be specified. After the process is completed, you should see a new subdirectory
C:\gurobi1100 that contains the same files as a regular Gurobi installation.