You can create a Fusion Pro mass deployment package to install Fusion Pro on any number of end-user Macs. You can use standard package deployment tools, including Apple Remote Desktop Admin, to deploy the mass deployment package.
When you configure the mass deployment package, specify your Horizon FLEX license key in the [Volume License] section of the Deploy.ini file and place a copy of the Fusion Pro application in the 00Fusion_Deployment_Items folder.
Do not enter the license key if you distributed the Horizon FLEX Client license key. See Distribute the Horizon FLEX Client License Key.
You can use the optional connectAtStartupURL parameter in the [Locations] section of the Deploy.ini file to specify a user name and the host name of your Horizon FLEX server, for example:
connectAtStartupURL = vmware-rvm://firstname.lastname@example.org:7443
If no virtual machines are installed on the user's Mac when the user launches Fusion Pro, the Connect dialog box opens and the Server and Username text boxes are prepopulated with the host name and user name that you specified in the connectAtStartupURL parameter.
You can use the vmDownloadDir parameter in the [Locations] section of the Deploy.ini file to specify the default folder to which Horizon FLEX virtual machines are downloaded, for example:
vmDownloadDir = /Users/Shared/FLEX/Virtual Machines
If the end user does not redirect the Horizon FLEX virtual machine to a different folder, the virtual machine is downloaded to the folder you specified in the vmDownloadDir parameter.
For step-by-step information about creating a mass deployment package, see the VMware knowledge base article at http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2058680.