Enable a VNC Client to Access the Virtual Machine Remotely 168 Configure

Enable a vnc client to access the virtual machine

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Enable a VNC Client to Access the Virtual Machine Remotely 168 Configure Virtual Machine Power Options 169 Enable Verbose USB Debugging 171 Enable Dark Mode Synchronization 171 Enable Microsoft Virtualization-Based Security 172 Configure a Firmware Type 173 9 Using the vmrun Command to Control Virtual Machines 174 Use the vmrun Utility 175 Syntax of the vmrun Command 176 Using Authentication Flags in vmrun Commands 176 Running vmrun Commands 177 Path to VMX File 177 Disabling Dialog Boxes 177 Syntax of vmrun Commands 177 Examples of vmrun Commands 184 10 Using VMware Fusion REST API 189 Use the VMware Fusion REST API Service 189 11 Upgrading Fusion 191 Upgrade Fusion with Autoupdate 191 Upgrade Fusion From a Download 192 Upgrade Fusion to a Fully Licensed Version After the Evaluation Period 192 Upgrading VMware Tools 193 Uninstalling Fusion 194 Uninstall Fusion 194 Force Virtual Machine Processes to Quit 194 Using VMware Fusion VMware, Inc. 8
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Using VMware Fusion Using VMware Fusion describes how to use VMware Fusion ® to create, use, and manage virtual machines. It also describes how to install, configure, upgrade, and uninstall Fusion. Intended Audience This information is intended for anyone who wants to install, upgrade, or use Fusion. VMware, Inc. 9
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Getting Started with Fusion 1 With Fusion, you can run personal computer (PC) applications and devices on your Intel-based Mac. Designed for the Mac user, Fusion takes advantage of the security, flexibility, and portability of virtual machines to run Windows and other x86 operating systems at the same time as macOS. This chapter includes the following topics: n About VMware Fusion n About VMware Fusion Pro n System Requirements for Fusion n Install Fusion n Start Fusion n How-To Videos n Take Advantage of Fusion Online Resources About VMware Fusion Take a quick look at what Fusion does and how it works. What Fusion Does Fusion enables you to run your Windows applications and PC-only devices on your Intel-based Mac. You can run multiple operating systems and applications at the same time, along with your Mac applications. The operating systems and applications are isolated in secure virtual machines. How Fusion Works Fusion maps the physical hardware resources to the virtual machine’s resources, so each virtual machine has its own processor, memory, disks, I/O devices and so on. Each virtual machine is the full equivalent of a standard x86 computer, although it is represented in a single file package on the Mac. After you install Fusion and create a virtual machine, you can install and run complete, unmodified operating systems, and associated application software in the virtual machine, just as on a physical PC. Operating systems you can use include Windows, Linux, and macOS. Fusion offers the benefits of having a second PC without its added expense, physical setup, and maintenance.
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