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Topic # 83875 23-May-2011 08:20
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Can anyone think of a scenario where these actions can be taken in VMware thanks.

1-Interview the user and back up data.
2-Ask the user to reproduce the problem while you watch.
3-Use Task Manager to end a process that is not responding.
4-Try a reboot
5-Suspect a virus
6-Allow Windows to provide a solution
7-Windows update might solve the problem
8-Download updates or patches for the application
9-Use the application setup to repair the installation
10-Consider data corruption
11-Try restoring default settings
12-Uninstall and reinstall the application
13-Use System Restore 

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  Reply # 472750 23-May-2011 08:43
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Maybe Im missing something here, but all those actions are doable in a Windows VM. Its just a virtual machine, not a different Windows OS.

Also when referring to "VMWare", you might want to be a bit more specific - Workstation,Player, ESX, View etc.

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  Reply # 472758 23-May-2011 08:49
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Workstation, I am not very good with it tho still learning so was asking for some help thnx

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