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@Steve Looking into it, we have a laptop with similar issue here.
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@kcrow Thanks for the confirmation that it worked
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Thank you everyone for your posts and links to community site. We are going through the feedback and trying to reproduce so we can suggest a workaround if one exists. I will continue to update the blog and community forum as thing progress.
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ISBFMI - Not sure what you mean, VMware's ethernet drivers are working in VM.
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Michal - we are looking into Windows Server 8 and tools right now.
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Askar - VCP 4's are not entitled to a free upgrade to Workstation 8. The plan is to include it with VCP 5.
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Elies - Teams was a feature that we've wanted to rework for a long time. We felt that these features shouldn't be specific to “special” VMs like they were, so we tore the whole thing apart while preserving all the features. Now, every VM’s NIC can simulate packet loss and bandwidth limits. Any VMs already together in some folder or other part of the inventory can be viewed together with live thumbnails, just like Teams. Any VM on the local system can be part of any other VM’s private virtual network. It’s much more flexible. The restrictions are gone, and we’re back to using standard VMs, not special “Team VMs.” Hope that explains it.
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Basha - Another resource for assistance is the VMware Workstation community forum http://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/desktop/workstation?view=discussions
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Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I have confirmed the coupon code ‘ILOVEVMWARE’ is now working in the Europe, Germany and APAC online stores.
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Charlie - Have you checked to make sure all old version of converter have been uninstalled? Visit our community site for more assistance, http://bit.ly/4CnFH9
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Cynthia -The main benefit of our approach is that you do not need to reinstall and configure your apps in the XP VM. Btw, the XP Mode VM runs gerat in Workstation 7.
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GR - yes the win xp vm will run in Fusion on the MAC.
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Pat - while the RC is very solid, I would only recomend using it for non production use. When the version is officialy released, Workstation 7.0.1 will prompt you to update.
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StockTrader - Your profile does not provide an email address for me to respond. Please send an email with your vmware community forum ID to beta-thanks at vmware dot com.
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Miguel- Thank you for your participation in the Beta program. We followed up via email regarding your issue.
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Bob - I'm glad you got things working. Thanks for the heads up, I fixed the link.
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Hi Bob, I'd recommend you post your configuration in our community forums to seek assistance from the community that is trying Windows 7 RC with VMware Workstation. http://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/desktop/workstation. Windows 7 RC is not an officially supported configuration.
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JOrege 2 - I'd recommend you post your configuration in our community forums to seek assistance from the community that is trying Windows 7 RC with VMware Workstation. http://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/desktop/workstation.
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Alain - I am not sure at this point. Please post to the VMware Workstation Forum for additional assistance from the community. http://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/desktop/workstation.
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Roy - Thank you for the feedback regarding Thinapp.
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Jed - Have your tried setting your VM network adapter to Bridged? (Change in VM settings). Another thing to try is to go into the "Virtual Network Editor" under the edit menu and navigate to the "Host Virtual Network Mapping" Tab. Use the drop down to specifically select the network card you want to use for VMnet0. For further assistance, please visit the VMware Workstation Froum http://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/desktop/workstation.
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Steen - I have not tried installing the 64-bit Windows 7 RC under VMware Workstation running on a Linux host yet. It is next on my list. Please share your experience if you have tried it.
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Marc - The Fusion team did a similar post on their blog, check it out http://blogs.vmware.com/teamfusion/. Everything is working well for us running Windows 7 RC in Fusion. If you are still having problems, please visit the Fusion Rorums http://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/desktop/fusion .
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