The network editor to VM Player 6. The extraction fix still works. In case Player really removed the network editor or until we find the command, this will do the work.
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I do hope we get a workaround from Vmware or someone, for the sake of us not using Workstation and the need to download the big installer each time and performing an extraction (not sure how many basic users want or can do this properly). But until then, we get the needed files like this. Classical workaround: 1. Get Workstation's installer. Extract the installer.
Go to core.cab and get the 2 files (that's right: now we need 2 files). Make sure you remove the extra ' _ ' character from the dll's name (see screenshot below). Move/copy those to Player's installed location. Program Files (x86) VMware VMware Player. Wondershare Dr.Fone For Ios 3.5 With Serial Key And Crack more.
Ready to use. Hi there be a bit careful of using 'Quasi legal' methods -- VMware workstation is a commercial product and what you are doing is extracting some files out of the paid for product to get round an obvious limitation in the freeware product. It's fine by me but remember that the later versions of VMware player might have been DELIBERATELY modified to make the paid for product more attractive -- not nice but it's the way of the world -- that dreadful word 'Monetisation' again. I agree though removing a significantly USEFUL feature in the updated version is not a good thing to do - certainly without this being mentioned in the documentation.
Don't though rely on this method of working forever.!! I got into trouble on this very forum in helping people make the old Classic Windows 7 games work on W8 / W8.1 / W2012 server / W2008 server by using a similar trick using the W7 install media so it's fine that it works but IMO VMware should re-instate the feature ASAP.
Cheers jimbo. Jimbo's got a point. But if VMware decides to change their mind in the feature list of Player we'll definitely see it in the change-log or licensing: hiding a feature doesn't directly mean it's forbidden to use it, but we'll have to keep an eye on this one.
I provided this thread here to help and point out that the networking in Player still works and that it wasn't (entirely) removed. If in a point in time it gets to dirty or difficult to keep the network editor working in Player then maybe the time comes we'll stop using it anymore like this. But because VM Player installs networks by default, it's natural users want to disable/modify those if they don't agree with the standard settings. Between the versions we've seen VMware experimenting with the features in Player. But networking is, one way or another, always there: as long as they provide it, it will be user-modifiable and there is no point in hiding it because those interested will always try to get it working again. Take for instance in this thread by vertigo: that's a valid proof that VMPlayer can control the networking buit-in: but they've changed/hidden that away again since then. Cara Menghilangkan Tulisan Ask For Genuine Microsoft Software. I'm sure it's still there somewhere but aside of this, using the vmnetcfg is still the base of getting to network config.
When the config wouldn't work, some other method will (have to) be discovered again. @weeer Run 6.0.2 with the right files and it still works. It looks like you have indeed a version mismatch for the vmnetcfg files. What should work is indeed a 10.0.2 vmnetcfg and dll for 6.0.2 Player install, and it's confirmed that those exist: Cheers! 10.0.2 is available from the VMware site - I think though you have to register to download it so when version 11 comes out you might not be able to download it again as a Free 'Trial'.
However VMWARE seen quite reasonable so far -- no reason why they shouldn't be -- a HUGE company now with Enterprise products just ready at the right time with Cloud Servers and VDI systems being implemented all over the place. I looked on the VMware forums about the missing network configuration editor -- I get the impression that although you can now CREATE VM's with VMPLAYER (used to be not possible) they are hiving off VMPLAYER into a corporate (small business) sector which will be chargeable and a Home version which will probably be reduced to base features only. (I remember a while ago that in order to CREATE a VM that would work on VMPLAYER (Workstation is OK but it's not particularly cheap if you don't have nice benevolent work provider who pays your license fee) you used to have to fiddle around with QEMU and.VMX files -- BTW the QEMU program is still around!!).
Not necessarily a Cisco post, but I came across a connectivity issue when building Cisco Unified Presence server vritual machine. I was building the virtual machine using a bridged network and for the life of me was unable to ping it from anywhere within my network. As always the solution was simple, but the research extensive. The problem was that my host machine has multiple network interfaces as most machines do; loopback, wireless, and ethernet, if not more).
Under the hood, vmware player uses vmnet0 as the virtual interface that bind to an interface on your host machine. Contrary to vmnet1 (used for host-only), and vmnet8 (used for NAT), vmnet0 is not displayed when going into your host's control panel. The problem with connectivity not working in bridged mode is that the vmnet0 interface was binding to the wrong host interface. To change this (as it is set to automatic per default), you will need to obtain a file called 'vmnetcfg.exe'.
For some reason, this file is NOT installed when installing vmplayer. Obtain it as follows: extract the installer file (for 4.0.4; VMware-player-4.0.4-744019.exe), from a command prompt; C: Temp vmware>VMware-player-4.0.4-744019.exe /e extract this has just extracted the installer file in a directory called 'extract'. Browse to the extract directory and search for an archive called 'network'. The vmnetcfg.exe file is in it, so just extract it out of that archive, like you normally would. Stick the vmnetcfg.exe file into C: Program Files (x86) VMware VMware Player Now it can be run and edited as the screen shot below shows, manually bridge it to the network interface you want, changing it is instantaneous.