I have a Windows 7 machine with VMware installed on it. I created two separate Windows 2003 Server virtual machines. I want to establish a network connection between the two virtual machines (Both ...
I have a VMware ESXi server, with various VMs. I want to clone one of the VMs so I can run it locally on my MacBook (either using Parallels or VMware Player). Is this possible?
I am playing around with VMWare and came across this scenario. I created a VMWare in VMPlayer, then decided I wanted to go the VMWare Server route instead (I know it's deprecated, but it's free!). ...
I was under the impression that VMWare server was better/faster than VMWare Player. I finally got it installed and found that it's slower than VMWare player on my system. I tried connecting to the VM ...
When I had VMWare Player, when I started the program, it would show a list of VMs on my machine that I could open. When I start VMWare Server, I don't see anything like that.
I made some virtual machines in VMWare Player. Then, when I installed VMWare Server, it said I had to uninstall VMWare Player. So how can I access those virtual machines from VMWare Server?