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  • Automation script for Movement between LAN segment in Team.

    Want to automate the movement of virtual machine between different LAN segment in a team.

    Environment configuration:

    OS-windows xp
    vmware software: version 6


    I have tried with vmware.exe -s to set etherent0.pvnID in a batch file to specific value from team configuration but not helped me.

    Anyone have idea how to achieve this.

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    Re: Automation script for Movement between LAN segment in Team.

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      Re: Automation script for Movement between LAN segment in Team.

      ok ,wating for the verification.

      Originally posted by biggles77 View Post
      If anyone replies to this post and includes a LIVE link to a site for a product they will be banned immediately.

      Why the warning?? Well, this post comes from an IP range that has been consistently making bogus posts and then replying with a product as a solution to the problem.

      However this post could well be genuine so please treat it as such until it is proven otherwise.

      Thank you.

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        Re: Automation script for Movement between LAN segment in Team.

        Moved to VMWare forum where it IMHO should belong.
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