Yes! The easiest way to do this is to use a networked computer to download the OpenG packages using VIPM and then use VIPM Professional to create a VI Package Configuration with the packages that you want to install on the non-networked machine. Here are the steps:
On your networked computer:
1) Startup VIPM and select Tools>>Check the Network for Available Packages from the menu to populate the package list with all the latest available packages.
2) Open the Options dialog from the Tools>>Options menu and on the General tab ensure that the Show only Installable Packages in Package List option is NOT CHECKED. With this option turned OFF, you will be able to see all the packages that are available regardless of with which LabVIEW version they are compatible.
3) Next, press the "Show Package Configuration Editor" button on the VIPM toolbar or select Window>>Show Package Configuration Editor from the menu.
4) Drag and drop all the packages you need from the VIPM package list into the Package Configuration Editor. Note: You can also right-click on the selected packages and pick "Send to Configuration"
5) Make sure that you see the package glyphs in the package configuration, which means that the actual package files will be stored inside the VI Package Configuration file.
6) Save the VI Package Configuration onto a thumbdrive. VIPM will download all of the packages before saving, if they are not already downloaded.
On your non-networked computer:
7) Right click on the VIPC file in your thumbdrive and select Add Contents to VIPM Library to add the packages into VIPM's package list).