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24 Dec 2011 12:47 #17

hi,I encounter a problem when i depoyed loginvsi 3.5 with VMware view 5.0. I create a VM pool which has 50 VMs, there is a AutoIt Error occurs when i use the lancher to login each desktop,while the script will display an Error:the system was unable to find the specified registry key or value.
my license is express endtion and my desktop is windows xp(english endition).
Wish the attachment can be a reference! 3Q! :)

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27 Dec 2011 07:42 #18

Are you running x64 or x86 desktops ?

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27 Dec 2011 12:39 #19

Hi, I use windows XP 32bits as my VDI Template. I have do some test again, it seems that vsi3.5 does not support View 5.0 with latest VM version 8, but when i depoy new pool with VM version 7 that most VMs are works OK. I have finish two test, one is 20 VM,the other is 50 VM。 The first one about 4 VM occurs AutoIt Error, the second one about 36 VM occurs Error. So, I am confused about it, would you like give me a hand! Thank you!

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27 Dec 2011 13:55 #21

VSI Supports all versions of VMware view, the errors you see in the login scripts are no problem (see the FAQ) VSI tries to delete them to be sure but if they dont exist CMD will promt an error. Does the error also occur when you run 15 desktops; might be that you are already hitting an performance bottleneck.

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04 Jan 2012 11:42 #39

Hi, my error appears again, the detail pls. check attachment. It seems that the script stuck during the excel part. I assign 2 vCPU and 2G memory to each winXP VM. I use english version office and OS to do my experiment all the time.

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04 Jan 2012 11:50 #40

Hi,

Great that the attachments now work, would you be so kind to get me screenshots where the top VMware bar, and the VSI bar are removed so i can see more of the application ?

You can quit VSI by typing vsiquit in the session, this will unlock your mouse and keyboard again.

Thanks

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05 Jan 2012 09:13 #43

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hi, sorry, this is the correct one.

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06 Jan 2012 15:07 #46

Hello,

We cannot reproduce this issue but we have added some code that should give some more information when the issues occurs.
Can you run another test with the attached version of VSI?

Please note that the changes made to the attached version of VSI have not been heavily tested as we cannot reproduce your issue. Use with caution.

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