I'm not sure where to post this but I'm putting it in the Windows section as that's where I think a mobile client would be needed.
I've been converted to 1Password and now have on my own machine and on my iPhone, and I love the product - thanks.
However I've been reading about the Windows client and the need for admin rights, I work for the NHS and the computers I work on do not give users admin rights, consequently I'm copying passwords from my phone to the keyboard to login to stuff.
I know the dropbox option is there and this is good when it's not firewalled out.
My question is, could there be a "on-a-stick" version that could integrate with mobile firefox or similar that could sit on a usb stick that would run on local privileges?
I know there are separate arguments about allowing usb access in the enterprise but until there's an alternative way of moving large files I think it will be here to stay.
Just wondering if it's possible and if I should hold out, or should I start going back to easier passwords for some of my stuff