Can VMware Package has activity to Trigger Attended or UnAttended BOT

Hi RPA Experts,

I have a question about the VMware - Server Virtualization after looking at.
Before writing my questions I would like to mention few lines on my understanding on VMware

My Understanding - What ever action a user can on a V_Center client VMware has the activates to perform those actions it may be UI_Path related or other task as well

My Questions -

1- Can I trigger a Attended BOT on a on prim virtual machine or cloud virtual machine using VM_Ware when UIPATH BOT is installed and license is aligned…??

2- If I have Orchestrator how can I run a workflow file without having a UnAttended BOT installed on Virtual Machine…??

I know that it can take time to clarify these questions in details so I would like to thank all the users in advance who are reading and responding to this question

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