Juniper SSL VPN - network connect

We are going to update our juniper ssl vpn to a new software version from 7.X to the current. The problem we would encounter is the users computer will be prompted for an admin to install software which is windows security.   So if they connect to the juniper device with the new release it would want to install the new network connect version.  Is there a way to bypass the users windows prompt?
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
Pls see this useful guidelines for Windows
If the Windows endpoints in your environment do not have admin privileges, you can use the Juniper Installer Service program, which is available on the admin console System Maintenance Installers page. The Juniper Installer Service allows users to download, install, upgrade, and run client applications without administrator privileges.

In order to perform tasks that require administrator privileges, the Juniper Installer Service runs under the client’s Local System account (a powerful account with full access to the system) and registers itself with Windows’ Service Control Manager (SCM). An Active-X control or a Java applet running inside the user’s Web browser communicates the details of the installation processes to be performed through a secure channel between the Pulse server and the client system.

•Installing the Juniper Networks Installer MSI package requires administrator rights to install onto your client systems. If you plan to use the EXE version, administrator rights is not needed as long as a previous version of the access service component (deployed through, for example, JIS, Pulse, and so forth) is already present. If policies are defined for your client with the group policy “Run only Allowed Windows Application”, the following files must be allowed to run in the group policy. If not, client applications might not install.

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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
Note the "Network Connect and GINA Windows Client" changes to machine via cab file
To run Network Connect and Graphical Identification and Authorization (GINA), the Secure Access Service downloads the package to the user’s Windows client. This package is responsible for downloading additional files to the user’s system in order to run Network Connect and GINA.

•C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Temp\neoNCSetup.exe (Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8)

For Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8, Network Connect also installs the following files:

Overall ref on "Required Rights to Run and Install Applications"
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