Apr 02, 2008 · We just announced VMware Workstation 6.5 beta 1, the first public beta for Workstation 6.5. Among many other awesome features is Unity, a feature we introduced in our Fusion product (for MacOS X) which allows you to run your applications from your virtual machine on your desktop without needing to be confined to a big box representing the VM ...
Aug 11, 2019 · VMware Workstation and Hyper-V are not compatible. Remove the Hyper-V role from the system before running VMware Workstation. Hyper-V is a virtual machine creator.
Jul 01, 2008 · 1. Open VMware Workstation 2. Edit | User Preferences | Input Tab 3. Uncheck "Grab when cursor enters window", "Ungrab when cursor leaves window", and "hide cursos on ungrab". 4. Click Hot Keys Tab 5. Select "Ctrl+Alt" 6. Click close. That's it! No more lockups or lost of the Host OS shortcuts.
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You can fix it by uninstalling the update 2919355, or if users dont mind.... they can get the mouse back by simply pressing Ctrl/Alt/Delete then hit back or ESC and now you can see the mouse. 5. Re: Mouse cursor disappears since Windows Update 8.1 “desktop friendly”.
For more information, see Downloading and Installing the standalone VMware Remote Console (VMRC) in vSphere 5.x and 6.0 (2091284).; Access the virtual machine console from the VMware vSphere Client. Install VMware Tools on the virtual machine and increase the screen resolution until the mouse pointer has a full range of movement.
Oct 16, 2018 · Windows 7, 10 and Server 2012,2016 and 2019 doesn't seem to deal well with mouse support for PCem under VMware Workstation (way too fast, not even lowering DPI or polling rate helped). Also tried with a couple Linux VMs and the mouse doesn't even work at all (ArchLinux, Manjaro and Ubuntu).
With vmware tools installed: Right-click My Computer and select properties -> Advanced System Settings -> Performance settings and select "Adjust for best performance". Et voila - Your console access is now lag-free :) Edit: This is for the VIRTUAL computers, not the host.