Technically, yes. But the primary difference of TLR and Tube type is just the EBSD of the rim. So, generally speaking, if the rim is stout enough to handle the extra rim pressure of tubeless - then you can generally get a TLR tire to seal and mount fine.
What I do is this:
1) 2 wraps of high tensile tape that goes side-to-side. Like 3M 8898 or similar.
2) PU rim flap like Panaracer or Schwalbe to further increase the EBSD and also provide a tire bead 'lockout'.
You can also use an Effetto TLR Rimtape to do (2) above. They are pricey - but also include the valve kit.
3) Use initially about 100ml sealant and swirl it around. Lay the wheel flat for about 30min each side and swirl again. You want to get the full rim bead coated with sealant.
4) Use CO2 canister to inflate to about 50psi. With non-TLR rims you generally have to use a CO2 the first time. Since there is no bead to 'pop' onto. The tire bead simply locks into place on the rim hook.
5) Ride it. It should seal up within 1-2% pressure loss/day within a few days.
6) Tire sealant loading recommended is 35-50ml. Or if trail / endurance riding, then 50-75ml.
I make my own sealant - but we have good luck with the Stans (IRC) or similar latex sealant. For really tough rims you can add a bit more coagulants.