This video tutorial demonstrates how to downgrade VMware Workstation 11.x to VMware Workstation 10.x.
Before attempting to downgrade, be advised that VMware Workstation 11.x and VMware Workstation 10.x use different virtual machine hardware compatibility. When downgrading Workstation, you must change the virtual machine hardware compatibility version of your virtual machine to Workstation 10.0.
This video tutorial demonstrates how to upgrade from Workstation 10 to Workstation 11.
Before upgrading to VMware Workstation 11, ensure that your physical machine meets the system requirements. For more information, see Introduction and System Requirements in the Getting Started with VMware Workstation 11.x guide. You will also need to shutdown any virtual machines that you may have running before attempting the upgrade.
Today we have three brand new videos which should be of particular interest to our VMware Fusion customers. These tutorials showcase some of the new features of VMware Fusion 7 Pro, and are based on the following Knowledge Base articles:
Today we have a new video tutorial which shows how to upgrade from VMware Fusion 6.x to VMware Fusion 7.x.
Note: Some things to be aware of before you attempt your upgrade
Ensure you shut down any virtual machine before performing the upgrade. If any virtual machines are in a suspended state, resume them from the suspended state and perform a shutdown operation from the guest operating system. Ensure that their status reads Powered Off.
Upgrading VMware Fusion 6.x to 7.x does not affect the contents of your virtual machines. All virtual machines and the data contained in them are safely retained.
Installing VMware Fusion 7.x automatically removes VMware Fusion 6.x from your Mac.
VMware Fusion 7 was just recently released, so here is a new video which demonstrates how you can download and install VMware Fusion 7. Follow these steps to get your copy up and running as quickly and smoothly as possible.
This video discusses and demonstrates how to find your Customer Number in My VMware.
The Customer Number is a 10-digit numeric unique identifier that is assigned to each customer. The Customer Number is created when you create a My VMware profile or when a new order is placed for users that do not have a My VMware profile. Customer Numbers are unique to individuals (similar to a personal identification number).
You can use your Customer Number to:
Log in to My VMware
File Support Requests by phone using the interactive voice response system (IVR)
When working directly with a Customer Service Representative
Each video within the series will focus on a particular method as outlined within the associated Knowledge Base article.
For more information about installing a specific async driver release, see the /doc/README.txt file within the async driver release zip file. Async drivers are developed by third-party vendors and are subjected to the VMware certification process. They are released in a ESXi software package called a vSphere Installation Bundle (VIB)