You can view the status of the Open VMware Tools service by typing vmtools-service status on the command line. [email protected]:~$ vmtools service status vmtoolsd is enabled vmtoolsd is running.
VMware Tools for Linux guests
Procedure. Select the menu command to mount the VMware Tools virtual disk on the guest operating system. Right-click the virtual machine and select All vCenter Actions > Guest OS > Install/Upgrade VMware Tools.
Depending on the version of Windows you are using, go to Start > Settings > Control Panel or Start > Control Panel, locate and double-click the VMware Tools icon to change VMware Tools settings. You can also turn the system tray icon back on. On the Options tab, select Show VMware Tools in the system tray.
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Open-VM Tools (OVT) is an open-source implementation of VMware tools. Like VMware tools, OVT is a suite of virtualization utilities that enhance the performance, functionality, management and administration of virtual machines (VMs) running in the VMware vSphere environment.
VMware Tools is a suite of utilities that improves the performance of guest virtual machine operating systems and improves virtual machine management. …Provides the ability to create suspended snapshots of the guest operating system. Synchronizes the guest operating system time with the host time.
In your inventory, right-click the virtual machine on which you want to install VMware Tools. Choose whether to cancel or complete the installation of VMware Tools. In your inventory, right-click the virtual machine on which you want to install VMware Tools. Choose to install VMware Tools.
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To install VMware Tools in a Linux guest operating system using the compiler:
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VMware Tools 11.1. 5 supports the following driver versions on a Windows guest operating system.
Windows guest drivers installed by VMware Tools.
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Right-click the virtual machine and select All vCenter Actions > Guest OS > Install/Upgrade VMware Tools.
- To locate a virtual machine, select a data center, folder, cluster, resource pool, host, or vApp.
- Click the Related Objects tab, and then click Virtual Machines.
Open Command Prompt and type services.
Go to the VMware Tools service and right click to get the option to start, stop and restart. Perform the operation of your choice.