Back in April of this year we released the video: Accessing VMware Downloads through My VMware. The My VMware portal was updated last week and some new features were introduced. One such change in this new release was that of the process for accessing VMware Downloads through the site.
Because the process had changed we updated both the content of the associated Knowledge Base article Accessing VMware downloads (2006993) and also the video tutorial demonstrating the process.
The new video has been embedded into the Knowledge Base article and is also available for viewing here.
Today we have a new video which is specifically geared towards users of our Consumer Desktop products including VMware Workstation and VMware Fusion.
This video tutorial discusses and demonstrates how you can use VMware Workstation virtual machines in VMware Fusion. Fusion and Workstation virtual machines are interchangeable and can be easily moved between the two platforms without the need to use VMware Converter. The virtual disk formats are the same and the virtual machines can be used in either platform.
When working with VMware Technical Support you will routinely be asked to provide diagnostic log bundles from your vSphere environment. Our technical support staff use these in their investigation of your reported issues and in some instances to determine root cause.
We have a new video today which discusses and demonstrates how you can use the vSphere Web Client to collect the diagnostic information for the ESXi and vCenter Server systems, which run in your vSphere 5.1 environment.
This video is specifically geared towards users of our vSphere 5.1 product suite.
In this tutorial you will be guided through the necessary steps for gathering the log bundles from your vSphere 5.1 systems using the vSphere Web Client.
When the vSphere Web Client is connected to the vCenter Server system, you can select hosts from which to generate and download system log files and the option to include vCenter Server and vSphere Web client logs.
Ever wondered how to locate your VMware Workstation serial number after the software has been installed on your machine?
We present you with a new video today, geared towards users of our VMware Workstation product.
The serial number is listed in the order confirmation email you receive for your Workstation purchase. Workstation License Keys that have been registered will be listed in your My VMware account. See Knowledge Base article: Viewing license keys in My VMware (2006831) for additional details.
We have a new video for you today which discusses and demonstrates how to access your VMware Downloads using My VMware. This tutorial is short, sweet and straight to the point, providing a basic overview and is specifically geared towards towards users who aren’t familiar with My VMware.
We have a new video today which is specifically geared towards users of our VMware Workstation product.
This video discusses and demonstrates upgrading from VMware Workstation version 8 to VMware Workstation version 9. The video tutorial depicts the process from a Windows-based environment’s perspective, however the instructions also apply to a Linux based installation.
You will need a valid My VMware account in order to download the Workstation installer binary from the vmware.com website.