I have already installed the vmware pkg with the windows file, but when I try to open it, it gives me the message: "VMware Fusion requires administrative privileges to perform one-time setup." Is there any way to install VMware without using any admin privileges?
I would normally run a snapshot in Composer to find out what files / folders are being modified / added.
Once you have that information you can decide how best to proceed.
Before doing that it would be worth checking out the VMWare KB article about fusion deployment:
@Alpal I understand certain things come easier to some than others. But that link literally has ALL the steps you need to take to create a deployable VMware Fusion package.
Once you have that package ready then you can deploy it via Casper. Upload it via Casper Admin and then make a policy that installs that package.
How would I make use of this code. Also, as the full dmg including the virtual machine was emailed to me by a teacher at my school, I'm not actually sure if I have a license key (which is necessary in the vmware selfservice method.
@franton Is that a method that executes vmware fusion a different way?