To license VMware Fusion, simply enter a purchased license key during product installation in the license key field. Alternatively, you can enter your serial / license key from the "VMware Fusion" drop-down menu in the product. Choose "License" in the drop-down menu, enter the serial / license key and choose "OK."
Some appliances are designed to only run in VMware. Also, there are times when you may simply prefer using a desktop VM (and the GUI applications it can provide), instead of using the serial console to work with the VMs CLI in a terminal. Desktop VMs are more responsive in VMware than Qemu, purely due to technical reasons that are beyond the scope of this document.
Check the current boot state of the VM in the serial log within the [Boot diagnostics] (/azure/virtual-machines/boot-diagnostics#boot-diagnostics-view) blade in the Azure portal. The VM will be in an Emergency Mode. You see log entries that resemble the following example leading to the Emergency Mode state:
If both serial console and ALAR approach is not possible or fails , the repair has to be performed manually. Follow the steps here to manually attach the OS disk to a recovery VM and swap the OS disk back to the original VM:
You should now see the shared folders appear as network file share. If you're using a Windows guest operating system, open File Explorer, select Network, and view the contents of vmware-host.
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Note. These steps only apply to macOS virtual machines running on Intel-powered Mac computers. Changing a serial of a macOS virtual machine on a Mac with Apple M1 chip is currently not possible. More information on the current limitations of macOS virtual machines on Mac computers with Apple M1 Chip is available in KB 128867.
Go to virtual machine configuration > Hardware > Boot Order > Advanced settings > in Boot flags field paste the flag below alongside with a new serial number next:
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If your instance does not start and you are unable to connect to it or log inthrough the interactive serial console, identify the reason why the boot disk isnot completing the boot and startup process.
An instance's BIOS, bootloader, and kernel prints their debug messages intothe instance's serial port output, providing valuable information about anyerrors or issues that the instance experienced. If you enable serial portoutput logging to Cloud Logging, you can access this information even when your instance isnot running.
You can enable interactive access to an instance's serial console, so youcan log in and debug boot issues from within the instance without requiringyour instance to be fully booted. For more information, see Interactingwith the serial console.
Test the instance that you created using the modified boot disk. If you arestill unable to connect to the instance,read the serial console outputagain to identify where the boot process is failing. Repeat thetroubleshooting process until youcorrect the issues with the boot disk image. 2b1af7f3a8