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    Wow client via virtual machine

    Hello everyone, I decided to run a bot farm on one device using virtual machines (VMWare Workstation), but after a few minutes of work it kicks me out of the game with error 51900319. Although there is no such problem on my computer. How can it be solved?

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    Giving this a go as nobody has responded.
    Assuming this isn't a warden related issue, I would check your virtual adapter.
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    wouldnt recommend running the game in a vm, there have been multiple cases of people being banned for no particular reason without botting/hacking just for running the game in a virtual machine

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    Originally Posted by KnifeRing View Post
    wouldnt recommend running the game in a vm, there have been multiple cases of people being banned for no particular reason without botting/hacking just for running the game in a virtual machine


    Yes & No. I run multiple bots running on multiple virtual machines. The last "mass" VM 'detection' that Blizz laid down was based on MAC Addresses. A lot of VMs virtually (randomly) assign these a.k.a. looks like multiple PCs / devices are accessing your account. Alternatively if you have multiple accounts all accessing one particular MAC and one gets reported/banned. Not too hard to connect the dots.

    That said using VMs with 'fixed' MACs and you're 'good to go' 12months+ since the last VM 'ban wave' using fixed MACs on virtual machines. Even logging into the 'botting' account on your physical PC won't set off a ton of red flags either.

    Virtual Machines are 'OK' and offer a lot of flexibility.

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