Safari, Chrome portable browser that could support Whatsapp web & that dont import proxy

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I've tried Chrome portable browsers but they still auto-import proxy from the registry.
I need portable browsers as no privilege to install : only portables can install without
admin rights.

I need a browser to be able to use Whatsapp.web.com   on my PC:
Whatsapp indicates only Chrome, IE & Safari (& 2 others that I can't recall) could
support Whatsapp web.  I've tried Opera portable but it also imports the proxy
& it's greyed out ie I can't edit it.  Somehow Safari portable requires admin
rights to install, quite odd
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Commented:
Not sure the purpose, but if the network/environment the access will be denied unless it uses the internal proxy.

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Purpose:
I don't want to set proxy on browser (ie wud like to set it as 'no proxy') as the corporate proxy
blocks access to whatsapp web  but I need whatsapp web.
I need a portable version so that I can install without admin rights on the PC

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Commented:
Web.whatapp.com  says it could only support browsers below:
Chrome, Firefox, Opera/Safari (of ver 9 or above), MS  Edge
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I am uncertain I understand what your need is.
It sounds as though you are looking for a user deployable usable version of a browser whose default settings are not to rely on the system's Internet options for LAN proxy detection.
Why not make the settings changes?

Though if setup right the firewall on the perimeter will only allow trusted IPs to access the outside so I think it is a ..
The configuration could also be that it will redirect (transparent proxy) all outgoing connection from untrusted/unauthorized IPs through an internal proxy.
Top Expert 2016

Commented:
You are on the corporate internet and you want US to tell you how to override the companies corporate policy so you can use something that the company has forbidden it's users from using?
My thinking is that this goes against the EE Terms of Service.
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You are on the corporate internet and you want US to tell you how to override the companies corporate policy so you can use something that the company has forbidden it's users from using?
My thinking is that this goes against the EE Terms of Service.

Good point of view...

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