Thanks to VMware Remote Console, you will be able to manage the settings of your virtual machine (including its virtual hardware).
However, for all options to be available, you will need to shut down the virtual machine first.
To do this, click on : Shut Down Guest.
After the guest operating system is shut down, click on : VMRC -> Manage -> Virtual Machine Settings.
In the "Hardware" tab of your virtual machine, you can manage :
In the "Memory" section, you can manage the amount of random access memory (RAM) to allocate to your virtual machine.
In the "Memory" section, you can manage the allocation of your sockets and/or processor cores as separate processors (sockets) and/or as processor cores.
You can therefore allocate 2 physical cores as if they were 2 separate processors in the virtual machine (or vice versa).
This can be useful if it's a prerequisite for testing specific software, for example.
You can also :
In the "Hard disk x" section, you will be able to manage your virtual hard disks :
In the "CD/DVD drive x" section, you can :
If you click on the "Advanced" button in this "CD/DVD drive x" section, you will be able to :
In the "Network adapter x" section, you will be able to :
If you click on the "Advanced" button in this "Network adapter x" section, you will be able to change the MAC address of this virtual network adapter.
In the "Video card" section, you will be able to :
In the "General" section of your virtual machine's options, you will be able to :
In the "Power" section, you will be able to choose which power controls to use by default at the top of this virtual machine's console.
Preferably, use the options containing the "guest" keyword to have the operating system shut down or restarted cleanly when you want to shut down or restart your virtual machine from the VMware Remote Console (VMRC) window.
Note that the "... Guest" options can only function correctly when VMware Tools are installed in the guest operating system.
In the "Snapshots" section, you can choose the behavior to adopt when powering off this virtual machine :
In the "VMware Tools" section, you can choose :
If you used VMware Workstation to manage the settings of your virtual machine running on your VMware ESXi hypervisor, you will have an additional section : Advanced.
In this "Advanced" section, you will be able to :
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