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Why would VMWare WorkStation stop registering mouse clicks?

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For some reason, VMWare WorkStation will stop responding to left clicks. The tooltips still show, and the mouse moves, but the keyboard doesn't work, and the left button is a no-go.
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Question by:Rahsaan-Pringle
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Are you using VMware Tools in the Virtual Machines?

What Guest OS and Host OS are you using?

What version of VMware Wrkstation?
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