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Installing Vmware Tools

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Hi All

Is there any way to get Vmware's tools unattended installed , I done some research but I did not find any good thread about the subject.

best regards.

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Im searching for the BTS 3rd party DriverPack for VMware Tools also, so anybody has it plz upload it for me... Its only about 266 KB in size.

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Is there any way to get Vmware's tools unattended installed , I done some research but I did not find any good thread about the subject.

I hit search, typed "vmware tools" and clicked search. Right in the first page there are thread with titles like "

Vmware Tools Setup", "VMWare 5.5 Tools addon" and a bunch of others, some containing all the infos you'll need (switches, links to repacked silent installers, etc).

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Still no luck I tryed it this way it seems to start installation but never finshed below the part of my config.js

prog[pn]=['VMware5.5'];

ordr[pn]=[615];

desc[pn]=['VMware workstation 5.5'];

uid[pn]=['VMware5.5'];

dflt[pn]=['yes'];

cat[pn]=['Utilities'];

forc[pn]=['no'];

gcond[pn]=['FileExists(\'%progordrfiles%\\\')'];

cmd1[pn]=['%wpipath%\\Install\\Applications\\VMWARE\\VMware.exe /v" /qn ADDLOCAL=ALL DISABLE_AUTORUN=0 SERIALNUMBER=*********************"'];

pn++;

prog[pn]=['VMware Tools']

uid[pn]=['VMwareTools']

ordr[pn]=[618]

cmd1[pn]=['%wpipath%\\INSTALL\\Applications\\VMWARE\\071_VMwareTools.EXE /s'];

dflt[pn]=['yes']

cat[pn]=['System']

pn++;

PS.

Vmware 5.5 install with no problem it's the vmware tools won't install.

regards

:o

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Didnt you read my post?

i posted a link.... :hello:

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