I've had to do that in the past. Drawer slides have to be secure to the side of the cabinet, or some kind of framing. Shelf pin holes would allow too much free play.
What I did was to use ordinary 100 LB full extension slides and mount them to a strip of 3/4" wood 2" tall, and the length of the slide. I make a template for spacing, which is just a piece of pegboard or any substrate. I mark the bottom and front of the pegboard, and a left and right side to it.
I lay the template on the wood to get a layout for three holes front to back to mount the wood to the cabinet. I drill a hole through the wood at the three locations. The holes can be along the area above where the slide sits.
Then I pick the vertical adjustment intervals I want...could be every 2"-3", or whatever. Using the template on one side drill out the holes for each level of adjustment. Then just move it to the other side and do the same thing.
Then drill all the holes in the cabinet sides and drill the appropriate hole size for threaded inserts
. With this layout the strip of wood with the slide attached can be moved with just three bolts. They could be hex head, or pan head/phillips, and washers. It seems like a fire drill to move them, but the average homeowner doesn't have a problem.