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Photoshop would magically create a contact sheet for you. There are actually two download pages, one for windows and one for mac.

For single-server ESXi installations, we can make sure your server is always available whenever you need access from one of the above options. If you are in a testing phase and plan to move to a multi-host ESXi cluster, there is great news.

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Managing VMware ESXi with Just a Mac

MacStadium News. What About VMware Fusion? I agree with what you say about loading it in Fusion and everything, but this is just another way to get what we want, without having to load Windows. When you get yours completed I would love to see it and try it, to see what you do different.

vSphere Client on Mac OS X

I had time to get the vsphere client working on my mac tonight — all good. I will follow-up on the PXE stuff soon. I think that is now something that its being consider by VMware, but dont hold your breath on this yet. Hopefully something will come up in the near future. This maybe counter to the whole vibe here, but this has been done via Citrix ICA for years. I have published what we now call vCenter since the 1. Anyone get this running on XP? If I run the command from the wxp window, it does work however, so I think I am configured ok, but probably missing one step.

Well, I always live in hope, then die when I get into the nitty gritty details. The hope is for a native Mac client. The vSphere client is running on a Win box, right? How is your more complicated method any better than just running the free Microsoft remote desktop utility for Mac? Ok, you get a few points for using open source, but in the end the client is running on Windows.

Still need to have a windows box running for this to work. WIndows Server is where the vSphere client is actually installed. The way I did this is by having a remote connection to that system but it only shows the application that you launch. You may also want to point out that the installation of Xcode is required as well.

Nonetheless, I like it. Tijmen Lustig: Install Xcode Xcode 3.


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THAT is noteworthy. Grrrr, thanks for building my hopes up for nothing. I clearly stated in the post that is not a native vSphere Client, and also that it was not running in Fusion Unity mode. I dont like having to run a VM in fusion just to gain access the the vSphere client. For you Mac users just hold on a bit longer, your wishes will be answered.

Basically you published a seamless RDP session. So instead of firing up a vm locally, you have one fired up remotely, hardly a move toward the goal.