Stretch the virtual machine in thescreenWhen the virtual machine enters Full Screen view mode, the virtual machinedisplay is stretched to fill the screen space with the resolution unchanged.Resize the virtual machine to fit thescreenThe virtual machine display is resized to fit the full screen.Using VMware FusionVMware, Inc.41
Set Default Applications PreferencesYou can set applications from the Mac or the virtual machines to be used to open different categories ofURLs.You can open the following categories of URLs:nRSS feeds (feed)nFile transfers (FTP, SFTP)nWeb pages (HTTP, HTTPS)nMail (mailto)nVMRC (VMware Remote Console)nNewsgroups (news)nRemote sessions (Telnet, SSH)If you make a Web browser the default from within a virtual machine, the default setting for how Fusionhandles URLs does not change. The next time you start or resume the virtual machine, or change theURL preferences, the Fusion settings overwrite the changes that you make in the guest machine.Procedure1Select Window > Virtual Machine Library.2Select a virtual machine in the Virtual Machine Librarywindow and click Settings.3Under System Settings in the Settingswindow, click Default Applications.4Click Configure.5Set or change the preference.OptionDescriptionAdd a category of URL to the DefaultApplications paneClick the add (+) button and select a URL category from the pop-up menu.Set or change an application to use toopen a category of URLSelect an application from the pop-up menu to the right of the appropriate Open[category] withcheck box. You can select from all available applications on yourMac and in your virtual machines.Remove a URL categoryClick the remove (-) button to the right of the pop-up menu for the category.Creating Custom NetworksWith Fusion Pro, you can change key networking settings, add and remove virtual custom networks,create custom virtual networking configurations, and require the virtual machine to prompt forconfirmation before allowing the network adapter to run in promiscuous mode. The changes that youmake affect all virtual machines that connect to the custom network running on the host system.Using VMware FusionVMware, Inc.42
You can create custom networks to accomplish the following tasks:nAdd additional NAT configurations for scenarios in which a virtual machine shares the IP address andMAC address of your Mac.nAdd additional virtual private network (VPN) configurations between virtual machines and the hostsystem.For either type of custom network, you can specify which subnet is used by Fusion and whether toconnect a physical network on the host system to the custom network.Add a NAT ConfigurationWith Fusion Pro, you can add additional NAT configurations for scenarios in which a virtual machineshares the IP address and MAC address of your Mac.