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For those who use vmware, I have a couple of questions I've been wondering about.
When you switch between your accounts, you never change your mac address? Do you only change your IP address because by default every vmware account has it's own mac address?
Also, when you switch between vmware accounts, do you prefer to suspend them for quicker access or completely log off?
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would also like to know. i always change my adapter and router mac between vmware accounts
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When you switch between your accounts, you never change your mac address?
No, because each VMware have it own MAC address.

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Do you only change your IP address because by default every vmware account has it's own mac address?
No, IP will be change automatic cause it see different MAC

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when you switch between vmware accounts, do you prefer to suspend them for quicker access or completely log off?
When done with the account, I shutdown the VMware image to save a resource for my PC
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tony is the vmware pro
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tony is the vmware pro
Uh-oh. I'm not. Just lucky to found a way to run my stealth
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Tony, Do you use different dongles for each VM account or just use one?
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Tony, Do you use different dongles for each VM account or just use one?
I used Cable Internet.
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Do you only change your IP address because by default every vmware account has it's own mac address?

No, IP will be change automatic cause it see different MAC
I disagree with TonyAlmeida. If you have a private network, this will not work. Tony has a unique ISP, and he has no private network. This is not default case with most ISPs.
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I disagree with TonyAlmeida. If you have a private network, this will not work. Tony has a unique ISP, and he has no private network. This is not default case with most ISPs.
What you mean by private and unique network/ISP??

I always state what ISP I used and how I setup to get the result that I want.
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I disagree with TonyAlmeida. If you have a private network, this will not work. Tony has a unique ISP, and he has no private network. This is not default case with most ISPs.
I thought this at first, too. However, I also assumed he meant it for his specific application.
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What you mean by private and unique network/ISP??

I always state what ISP I used and how I setup to get the result that I want.
A private network shares the same public IP.

Unique ISP - you are able to get multiple IPs from the same connection.
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Can anyone tell me which version of VMware works best for windows 7. I am not sure if I just download the free trial and find a key or download with a key.
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I always suspend. A suspended session no longer takes up any resources and will not slow the computer down
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I always suspend. A suspended session no longer takes up any resources and will not slow the computer down
I do the same thing Kelly. But after the session was open awhile of constantly suspending it, I noticed degraded performance. I think once a week I shut down to combat this.
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I always suspend. A suspended session no longer takes up any resources and will not slow the computer down
I always shut it down when done with it. Just take like a minute to start up
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The newest version is going to work best with windows, unless there is some bug(s).

I have vmware share my host adapter. WHat ever the host IP is, then it is same for it. Just because it comes a mac does not mean it has it's own connection to your ISP.

Just change the mac before any logging on. I have about 10 accounts per VM. Then I load what ever VM I need the account from.

Shutting down or suspending does not matter much. But I shut down since I have many accounts, I do not want to suspend a user as that might not be the specific user I want to login into in the future.
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The newest version is going to work best with windows, unless there is some bug(s).

I have vmware share my host adapter. WHat ever the host IP is, then it is same for it. Just because it comes a mac does not mean it has it's own connection to your ISP.

Just change the mac before any logging on. I have about 10 accounts per VM. Then I load what ever VM I need the account from.

Shutting down or suspending does not matter much. But I shut down since I have many accounts, I do not want to suspend a user as that might not be the specific user I want to login into in the future.
I had a question. what do you mean by ".. 10 accounts per VM. Then I load whatever VM I need the account from... "? for example: So does that mean you have 10 accounts using windows xp then another 10 using win7? sorry if I am having a slow moment
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Say you wanted 5 azon stealth accounts using VMware...

Do you create 5 new user accounts inside (1) VMware setup? or....

Do you create 5 new user accounts on your PC and install VMware on each user account?

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Good tips all over this thread.
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Say you wanted 5 azon stealth accounts using VMware...

Do you create 5 new user accounts inside (1) VMware setup? or....

Do you create 5 new user accounts on your PC and install VMware on each user account?

Tkns
Easiest thing for you to do is to create 5 new user accounts inside of one VMware setup.

I cannot think of any reason why to do it the other way. It would be a lot more work for you.
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Say you wanted 5 azon stealth accounts using VMware...

Do you create 5 new user accounts inside (1) VMware setup? or....

Do you create 5 new user accounts on your PC and install VMware on each user account?

Tkns
Why don't just create more user accounts with-in the main PC. The reason to use VMware so you can have different OS.
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