Quote:Now I wants to install it without admin privileges and it should be install in Non-admin user account without any prompt as my client wants.
It feels like you do not want to give them admin rights, but still wish to have Visual Studio IDE installed. What you can do is, perform the installation with your admin credentials one time, and then let them use the software as a non-admin user with the stuff that you have installed for them.
In my previous job, I remember, they had this requirement set. No employee was granted admin rights, and every time you needed an installation/upgrade, you had to visit the IT team and they would perform it for you.
I am really sorry, but in these conditions there is little that we can do for you.
Quote:still it asking for admin password.
That is because Visual Studio IDE knows that you are trying to trick something and requires admin rights. Not because it has to, but because there are several dependencies that require to be installed in directories that require admin rights, and it has to configure registry, etc. that further require admin rights. Thus, it always asks for admin rights.
I tried using that "Install location" feature, and it turns out, some components are still installed at specific locations and you cannot change that.