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There are at least 2 ways: - simplest way is to use VMware tools for sharing. For this option, you need in install VMware tools - as suggested by message in you screenshot. There is a menu for this in VM window once your start it. an alternative is to create a share in Windows7 side, and connect it as network drive from VM side.


If you always revert to a stable (consistent) snapshot there is no problem in powering off the VM. Immediate poweroffs can result in filesystem inconsistencies because there might still be unflushed caches in memory or write operations in progress. Since you are reverting to a snapshot, which always has a consistent state, there shouldn't be any problem. ...

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