VMware Workstation 10.0.3 Build 1895310 Incl Keygen

VMware Workstation 10.0.3 Build 1895310 Incl Keygen

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.: DESCRiPTiON :..

VMware Workstation 10 delivers best-in-class Windows 8 support, and innovative

new features that transform the way technical professionals work with virtual

machines, whether they reside on their PCs or on private enterprise clouds.

*New Operating System Support

 Support has been added for:

-Windows 8.1

-Windows 8.1 Enterprise

-Windows Server 2012 R2

-Ubuntu 13.10

As well as for the latest Fedora, CentOS, Red Hat and OpenSUSE releases.

*VMware Hardware Version 10

This version of VMware Workstation includes VMware hardware Version 10 and is

compatible with vSphere 5.5. Hardware versions introduce new virtual hardware

functionality and new features while enabling VMware to run legacy operating

systems in our virtual machines. New features included in this hardware


*16 vCPUs

Virtual machines can now run with up to 16 virtual CPUs. This enables very processor intensive applications to be run in a virtual machine.

Note: Running virtual machines with 16 vCPUs requires that both your host

and guest operating system support 16 logical processors. Your physical

machine must have at least 8 cores with hyper-threading enabled to power

on a virtual machine with this configuration.

*8 Terabyte Disks

Virtual machines can now include virtual disks greater than 2 Terabytes.

Given the limitations of most operating systems to boot from disks greater

than 2 Terabytes, These large disks are most useful as secondary drives for

file storage.

Note: To use a disk greater than 2TB for a boot disk, your guest operating

system would need to boot using EFI in order to read a GPT formatted disk

which is required to access all of the sectors on a disk of this size.

Additionally, the Buslogic controller is not capable of supporting a disk

greater than 2TB.

Extra murphy78 note: To enable EFI boot mode, edit the .VMX file and add:

firmware = “efi”

Alternatively, to set it back to bios (legacy) boot, change to:

firmware = “bios”

*Virtual SATA Disk Controller

A SATA I/O controller can now be selected during the creation of a custom

virtual machine in addition to an IDE and SCSI controller. This enables use

of in-box SATA drivers that are shipped with operation systems.

*USB Improvements

USB 3 Streams have been implemented to enable high speed transfer of files

from USB 3 external storage devices that support this technology. For

customers running Workstation 10 on laptops with small hard disks, large

data files, video files etc., can be stored on an external USB 3 storage

device and accessed quickly from within the virtual machine.

VMware has also addressed issues Intel, NEC, AMD, TI and Linux Kernel host

xHCI drivers to improve overall USB 3 compatibility and performance.

*More VMnets

Due to demand, VMware has doubled the number of VMnets in Workstation 10

to twenty! This provides you with more virtual networks to dedicate to

specific uses, and it enables more complex networked virtual environments

to be built.

The expiring capability establishes a secure connection to a web server

to validate the current date and time and prevent users from rolling back

their system clock to circumvent the logic. The ability to set the

synchronization frequency has been added to allow customers to balance the

need for timely expiration and the load on their network. Expiring virtual

machines also include the ability to display a custom message for virtual

machines about to expire and after a virtual machine has expired. Finally,

a lease period can be defined to allow users to run offline for plane trips

and remote work.

*Virtual Tablet Sensors

Workstation runs very well on the new tablet and convertible PCs. Last year

VMware enabled touch screen input to be passed through to the virtual

machine. Workstation 10 introduces a virtual Accelerometer, Gyroscope,

Compass and Ambient Light sensor.

*Power Off Suspended Virtual Machines

Workstation 10 lets you simply power off a suspended Virtual Machine in

order to make changes to the configuration without powering it on and then

off first. Powering off a suspended virtual machine will lose any

information stored in memory, but will not lose anything saved to the

virtual disk.

*Remote Hardware Upgrade

When working with virtual machines running remotely on vSphere or on

another instance of Workstation, you can now remotely upgrade the virtual

hardware version.

*Localized into Simplified Chinese

The Workstation user interface and online help has been translated into

Simplified Chinese.

*New Converter

This release includes the latest version of the VMware Standalone Converter.

The Converter enables users to turn a physical machine into a virtual

machine. This version of the Converter includes the ability to convert

machines running Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, and RHEL 6 operating

systems. It supports virtual and physical machines with Unified Extensible

Firmware Interfaces (UEFI) and EXT4 file systems as well as GUID Partition

Table (GPT) disks.


The Open Virtual Machine Format (OVF) is a virtual machine distribution

format that supports sharing virtual machines between products and

organizations. The VMware OVF Tool is a command-line utility that

enables a user to import and export OVF packages to and from a wide

variety of VMware products. The latest release of the OVFTool is included

with VMware Workstation 10 and is used to upload and download virtual

machines to and from vSphere. The OVFTool is also used to import an .OVF

file which may come in handy when importing virtual machines created using

desktop virtualization software developed by Oracle.

*VMRun Enhancements

The VMRun command line utility has been enhanced with two new options

getGuestIPAddress and checkToolsState to retrieve the IP address of the

guest operating system and determine the state of VMware Tools in a guest.

*VMware Tools changes cause black screen in virtual machine

After VMware Tools are uninstalled or automatically upgraded for a

Windows 8.0 virtual machine, the virtual machine may display as a black

screen for two minutes.

Workaround: Install Windows 8.0 update KB2836988 or upgrade to Windows 8.1.

Do not shut down the virtual machine when it is in black screen.


1. Install the application and close.

2. Open Keygen Generate a serial (Use Any Keygen)

3. Open application and enter your name and serial from keygen.

4. Thanks To Original Uploader  *

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VMware Workstation 10.0.3 Build 1895310 Incl Keygen


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