Something to keep in mind is that Toad needs access to the %APPDATA%\Dell (or Quest Software depending on the version) as well as the %temp% folder. In addition, you need access to a working Oracle client (either a full or instant client will work).
From: jbirchhorn [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 7:35 AM
Subject: RE: [Toad for Oracle - Discussion Forum] Toad v12.1 and VMware Thinapp Packing
RE: Toad v12.1 and VMware Thinapp Packing
Reply by jbirchhorn
When i start it on the assigned desktop It does actually start eventually after clicking ignore several times on Thinapp error messages. I am just re-thinapping it after finding some advice in the VMware communities. I am a VMware person and not a TOAD/Oracle bod so once it has started i am unable to tell if it is working as expected. I will ask out Oracle people to take a look. I hope i can get the thinapp errors to go away as its not ideal. Thanks for replying.
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