VMware view client 4.6 - Can I store the user name and password?

How can I install the VMWare view client such that it stores the user name and password.  The user will NOT be the same credentials as  PC logon.
I found a place in the registry that stores the username. ([HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\VMware, Inc.\VMware VDM\Client\MRUsername])
But I have tried to add similar value for the password with no luck.


Ive tried to install as below, per couementation but that doesnt work, I get an error
'VDM_SERVER_NAME' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.


VMware-viewclient-4.6.0-366101.exe /s /v"/qb! VDM_VC_MANAGED_AGENT=0
VDM_SERVER_NAME=sxerver VDM_SERVER_USERNAME=user VDM_SERVER_PASSWORD=password"

Anyone?  Can this even be done?
jjtierneyAsked:
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jjtierneyAuthor Commented:
Well it turns out that you have to add the reg keys as below.  The documentation says you can start view via  the command line, but this seems a tad cleaner and can be done on install.

Thanks for everyones input.
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\VMware, Inc.\VMware VDM\Client]
"DesktopShortcut"="1"
"MRBroker"=""
"StartmenuShortcut"="1"
"VirtualChannelDLLs"="C:\\Program Files\\Common Files\\VMware\\VMware Virtual Printing\\TPClnRDP.dll"
"Username"="username"
"Password"="password"

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