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VmCOM Scripting Examples Fail on 64-Bit Windows Hosts (2018)
There isn't a 64-bit version of the VMware VmCOM API. The 32-bit version of VmCOM can be used on 64-bit Windows operating systems as long as it is invoked using the 32-bit version of the command-line window (cmd.exe) or Windows Scripting Host (cscript.exe). Using the default 64-bit version of cmd.exe or cscript.exe to run a script will return an error. You can typically find the 32-bit versions of these executables in the %WINDIR%\SysWOW64\ directory. If the WINDIR variable is set to the default Windows directory on the C drive, for example, the directory path is C:\Windows\SysWOW64. Using the versions of these programs located in %WINDIR%\System32 fails to execute the script.
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