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Vmware Fusion: Installed Windows 7 on User A profile. Logged on as User B Profile. How do you load the same VM created in User A?

Posted on 2012-03-12
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hi guys

I'm using Vmware Fusion to install a Windows 7 VM. I did that on a User A profile. When I log on to the User B profile, I want to be able to load that same exact VM without having to install it again. I even shared out the files from User A for User B to be able to see.

I select 'Create New' and 'Use An Existing Virtual Disk', but all of the Vmdk files are greyed out.

How would you do this?

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Yashy
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Move the virtual machine folder and files out of the Profile, into shared storage space, that User A and User B can access.
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I did that. It's in the 'Shared' area. I've attached a screenshot.
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