VMWare Fusion 6.0.6 - Win7 x64 output to dual monitors?

I am trying to get a Win7 x64 VM to output to dual monitors from a MBP.  Is this possible?  I have gone through all of the settings, and the best I can get is Win7 on one external monitor and Mac OS on the MBP and the other external monitor.  I want to have Win7 running on both external monitors...
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
The video driver in VMware Workstation won't support multiple monitors. I don't think you can do this. Multiple monitors require a physical video card / output that can do that.
Kevin AltmanIT InstructorCommented:
In order for the VM to support multiple monitors, you will have to adjust the VM's video memory settings. The default (4MB) is not enough to support multiple monitors. 2 monitors at 1920 x 1200 requires and estimated 28.13MB for video memory. There should also be a setting where you can set the number of displays in the same section as the video memory size. I know that VMware Remote Console has a button to toggle multiple displays but have not used it with VMware workstation. We use RDP to get the multiple monitor layout. I'm not familiar with Mac OS and therefore VMware Fusion either. We use vSphere.

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ExecsupAuthor Commented:
Thanks again for the assist!
Kevin AltmanIT InstructorCommented:
No problem
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