I have a corporate laptop (Windows 7) that has restrictive permissions as far as installing ad hoc software packages. I need to be able to remotely use a Linux desktop (Ubuntu), and for a secure shell package PuTTY is usable (it runs just as an executable from a personal directory).
Getting an X Server that I can forward X traffic to is more difficult, simply because of the size of the package (number of files). I'm thinking about installing an X Server on a USB memory stick, hoping that one can be found to run that way.
Several sites offer modified Xming packages that claim to do this. Does anyone have a recommendation from personal experience that will supply an X Server running from memory stick?