RVTools - Version Information | RVTools Everyone (2023)

Version 4.3.2 (5. November 2022)

  • Use .NET Framework 4.6.2 for all RVTools executables instead of 4.6.1 which is no longer supported.
  • Using Newtonsoft.Json version 13.0.1 instead of 12.0.3. that has a High Severity vulnerability.
  • Bug fix: connection timeout issue for large vSphere environments.
  • Bug Fix: Changed the platform target for RVToolsMergeExcelFiles to Any CPU so it can use the X64 platform to avoid System.OutOfMemoryException exceptions for large vSphere environments.
  • Bug Fix: Removed debug output lines from RVToolsMergeExcelFiles.

Version 4.3.1 (February 5, 2022)

  • Updated RVTools solution to use VMware vSphere Management SDK 7.0U3
  • New tab: The vSource tab shows information about the server running the SDK web service that RVTools uses to collect all data. This is your vCenter Server or ESX host.
  • in the new column of the vHost tab: Host UUID.
  • Status Properties: New checkbox to enable or disable security status messages.
  • On all associated VM tabs, the UUID column was populated with the non-unique SMBIOS UUID value. The column is now populated with the unique VirtualCenter-specific 128-bit UUID value.
  • Performance expert Henk van der Valk (Henk@fulldata.nl) gave me two performance tips for virtual machines that I could integrate into RVTools. And of course I did. Thank you Hank!
  • In the vHealth tab: suggestions for new storage and disk I/O performance.
  • Health Properties: New checkbox to enable or disable health messages for performance notices.
  • Bugfix: The video RAM value was not visible in the vInfo tab.
  • Bug fix: RVToolsMergeExcelFiles added an extra header in the merged xlsx when one of the xlsx files contained no virtual machines.

Version 4.2.2 (December 29, 2021)

  • Bug fix: HA information is not displayed on vInfo and vCluster tabs
  • Bug fix: Cluster rules are not displayed in the vInfo tab
  • Bug fix: The default name for new vCLS virtual machines deployed in the vSphere 7.0 Update 3 environment uses a new default vCLS UUID. These VCLS files are no longer flagged as possible zombies.

Version 4.2.1 (December 4, 2021)

  • Bug fix: vSphere Cluster Services (vCLS) vmx and vmdk files are no longer marked as potential zombie files in the vHealth tab.
  • RVToolsMergeExcelFiles: bug fixes and improved performance.

Version 4.1.4 (June 14, 2021)

  • Bugfix: For an unhandled exception when connecting to an ESXi 7.0.2 host.

Version 4.1.3 (11. April 2021)

  • Bug Fix: RVToolsMergeExcelFiles.exe failed to load file or assembly.

Version 4.1.2 (5. April 2021)

  • RVTools msi is now signed with a Sectigo certificate
  • Log4net is updated to version 2.0.12 (as a fix for CVE-2018-1285)
  • New vUSB tab - Virtual machines with attached USB host device are displayed.
  • vFloppy tab has been removed
  • Added settings checkbox for "Wait for concatenation of vSAN-friendly names on startup". By default, this setting is disabled. If this option is enabled, RVTools first collects the friendly names of the vSAN folders. vSAN friendly names appear instead of GUIDs on the vInfo, vDisk, and vSnapshot tabs.
  • New CLI switch: -GetFriendlyNames When set, the RVTools CLI first collects friendly names from vSAN folders
  • New experimental tab "vFileInfo" with details of all files found in all datastores
  • Additional settings checkbox for "Get detailed information from file information". By default, this setting is disabled. When enabled, RVTools collects all details of all files in all datastores. Attention, this is time consuming!
  • New CLI switch: -GetFileInfo When RVTools CLI is set, the vFileInfo tab is populated.
  • On the login screen, the build number is now also part of the displayed version number
  • All relevant VM tabs now have a new column showing whether it is an SRM placeholder or not.
  • In the filter form it is now possible to filter SRM placeholders
  • The vInfo tab now shows up to eight NICs (instead of four)
  • On the vNetwork tab, new column: NIC Label with the NIC order number
  • On the vNetwork tab: IP column split into ipv4 and ipv6 columns
  • On the vDisk tab new columns: Disk Key and Disk Path = name of the virtual disk in the guest OS. For example: C:\ (only works for vSphere >= 7.0)
  • in vDisk new tab column: “Internal Sort Column” is used internally to sort virtual disk data based on virtual machine name and disk key
  • in virtual partition new tab column: “Internal Sort Column” is used internally to sort the virtual partition data into virtual machine name and disk key
  • In new tab column vPartition - Disk Key can be used to map vDisk to disk partition
  • new column on vNetwork tab: Internal Sort Column is used internally to sort vNetwork data based on VM name and NIC name
  • In the vHealth tab, vSAN folder names are now displayed with their friendly folder names. instead of guide
  • On the vRP tab, new column: Resource group path
  • In the new column of the vRP tab: Total number of virtual machines in the resource group.
  • New column on the vHost tab: Total number of virtual machines on the host.
  • On the vHost tab New Column: vSAN fault domain name
  • New column on the vDatastore tab: Total number of virtual machines in the datastore.
  • On vHealth tab: New security message when "ESXi Shell" or "SSH" service is running on a host.
  • All column labels containing MB have been set to MiB as there is some confusion about this.
  • RVTools displays a warning message if the entire virtual machine inventory is not collected. It seems that there is an XML deserialization problem when you have a virtual machine with hundreds of disks. The problem seems to be mainly caused by backup solutions not being able to clean everything correctly once the backup is finished. The documentation includes instructions on how to find the "wrong" virtual machine.
  • Bug fix: Changed the Inconsistent Folder Name check in the vHealth tab. For vSAN folders, the friendly name of a folder is now compared to the virtual machine name.
  • Bug fix: *-digest.vmdk files are excluded from zombie scans
  • Bugfix: Total size of snapshot files.

Version 4.0.7 (December 19, 2020)

  • Bug Fix: vSphere 7.0d, "Unhandled Exception: The input string was not in the correct format."

Version 4.0.6 (29.08.2020)

  • Bug fix: Distributed switch information is not displayed in vNetwork tab in some situations
  • Bug fix: Not all child snapshots are shown

Version 4.0.4 (1. Mai 2020)

(Video) RVTools 3.6 works with VMware vSphere 6.0

  • Updated RVTools solution to use VMware vSphere Management SDK 7.0
  • RVTools solution has been updated to use the CIS REST API available since vSphere 6.5 to get tag information
  • New columns in the vInfo tab: VM tags and minimum required EVC mode key
  • New columns on the vCPU tab: Virtual machine labels
  • New columns on the vMemory tab: Virtual Machine Labels and Max Blocked Memory Reservation
  • New columns on the vDisk tab: Virtual Machine Labels
  • New columns on the vPartition tab: Virtual machine labels
  • New columns on the vCD tab: Virtual machine labels
  • New columns on vFloppy tab: Virtual machine labels
  • New columns on the vNetwork tab: Virtual machine labels
  • New columns on the vSnapshot tab: Virtual machine labels
  • New columns on vTools tab: Virtual machine labels
  • New columns on the vRP tab: Resource Group Labels and Object ID
  • New columns in the vCluster tab: cluster labels, custom attributes, and object ID
  • New columns on the vHost tab: Host Labels, In Maintenance Mode, and Quarantine Mode
  • New columns on the dvSwitch tab: VirtualSwitch Distributed Tags, Custom Attributes, and Object ID
  • New columns on the dvPort tab: Distributed VirtualSwitch Port Group Labels and Object IDs
  • New columns in the vDatastore tab: datastore labels, custom attributes, and object ID
  • Additional Exclude Tags checkbox
  • Neuer CLI-Parameter -ExcludeTags
  • Bug Fix: Removed Config Checksum column from vInfo tab.
    This Base64Binary field was sometimes the cause of an XML deserialization error!
  • Bug fix: not all snapshots of all sibling snapshots are shown
  • Bug Fix: Replaced the Exclude Annotation Fields setting.
  • Bug fix: The name on the vRP tab was the full path
  • Bug Fix: Changed RVToolsBatchMultipleVCs.ps1 to RVToolsMergeExcelFiles.exe in sample script parameters
  • Bug Fix: vSphere 7, "Unhandled Exception: The input string was not in the correct format."
  • known problem: Labels are only visible when logged in with userid/password. It doesn't work when using SSO!

Version 3.11.9 (26. Mai 2019)

  • Bugfix: Increased timeout value for calling, sending and receiving web services.
    I solved this problem with the help of Chris Apostolof. Thanks again Chris for helping me find a solution to this nasty error.

Version 3.11.8 (10. Mai 2019)

  • Bug fix: In some situations, not all NIC information was displayed on the vNic tab.

Version 3.11.7 (March 15, 2019)

  • Bug Fix: Under certain circumstances, a "Host not found" message is displayed when the hostname is an IP address.

Version 3.11.6 (March 9, 2019)

  • Updated RVTools solution to use VMware vSphere Management SDK 6.7U1
  • RVTools no longer uses Windows Authentication Framework (Waffle)
  • RVTools no longer uses the NPOI .NET library to create Excel export files
  • RVTools now uses OpenXML and ClosedXML to create Excel export files
  • Performance improvements for export to Excel
  • Added ExcludeCustomAnnotations switch to RVTools CLI.
  • Added –DBColumnNames switch to RVTools command line interface.
  • New column on vInfo tab: Virtual machine creation date
  • New columns on the vInfo tab: Primary IP address and vmx configuration checksum
  • New columns on the vInfo tab: Log Directory, Snapshot Directory, and Hibernate Directory
  • New columns on the dvSwitch tab: LACP Name, LACP Mode and LACP Load Balancing Algorithm
  • New column in vNIC tab: Uplink port name
  • New column in vNetwork tab: Network adapter DirectPath I/O parameters
  • New columns on the vHost tab: BIOS Vendor and Serial Number
  • The header row and the first column in the Excel export file are now locked.
  • The first "Select" column is removed from the vFloppy, vCD and vTools Excel spreadsheet.
  • added a new executable to merge your super fast vCenter xlsx files into a single xlsx file.
    RVToolsMergeExcelFiles.exe -input c:\temp\AA.xlsx;c:\temp\BB.xlsx -output c:\temp\AABB.xlsx -template c:\temp\mytemplate.xlsx -verbose –overwrite
  • The sample script RVToolsBatchMultipleVCs.ps1 has been modified. You now use RVToolsMergeExcelFiles to merge the xlsx files.
  • Bug Fix: Fixed single sign-on issue
  • Bug fix: ExportvSC+VMK2csv command didn't work
  • Bug fix: The ExportdvPort2csv command didn't work
  • Troubleshooting: vNIC tab does not show all switch/dvSwitch information
  • Bug fix: The export now reflects the value of the "Late Sensitivity" enumeration
  • Bug fix: After changing preferences, data is not always updated as required
  • Bug fix: vmdk files from content libraries are no longer reported as potential zombie files

Version 3.10 (February 2018)

  • Updated RVTools solution for Visual Studio 2017
  • RVTools updated for .Net Framework version 4.6.1
  • Log4net updated to version 2.0.8, Waffle.AD to version 1.8.3 and NPOI to version 2.3.0
  • Connection error when TLSv1.0 and TLSv1.1 are disabled and only TLSv1.2 is enabled is fixed with .Net Framework 4.6.1
  • New columns in the vInfo tab: VM Latency Sensitivity Settings, Change Block Tracking (CBT), and disk.EnableUUID values
  • New columns on the vDisk tab: SCSI Label, Disk Number, and Shared Bus
  • New columns in vHost tab: License(s) Allocated, ATS Heartbeat, ATS Block Values. 0 = disabled 1 = enabled, host power policy short name, current CPU power management policy, and CPU power hardware support
  • When the export to xlsx is run, a metadata sheet with the RVTools version number and timestamp is added to the output xlsx file
  • All columns in RVTools export xlsx files now have a filter
  • When exporting to CSV, line breaks are replaced with spaces
  • When launched from the CLI and the login fails, an error message and a login box are displayed. Now RVTools exits with exit code -1 without showing the error message or login form.
  • Added sample PowerShell script that you can use to merge RVTools export xlsx files
  • Added a sample PowerShell script to start Export All to xlsx for multiple vCenters
  • vDatastore tab - For NFS datastores, the address column is now populated with remote host and path information
  • New columns on the vDatastore tab: Datastore Cluster Name, Cluster Capacity, and Cluster Free Space
  • The health check limit for the number of virtual machines on a datastore is now 9999
  • vHealth tab: New Message Type column that can be used as a filter in Excel
  • vHealth tab: hbrdisk.rdid files are no longer reported as possible zombie files
  • vHealth tab: Low disk space messages also show free disk space in MB.
  • All tabs: Refresh or Auto Refresh respect their sort order
  • Changed CLI parameter from export2xls to export2xlsx (old parameter still works)
  • Bugfix: Invalid value for "Horizontal Alignment" in xlsx stylesheet.
  • Bug fix: Total snapshot size calculation was not always correct
  • Bug fix: Snapshot child hierarchy was not always correct
  • The default installation directory is changed to C:\Program Files (x86)\RobWare\RVTools with no version number

Version 3.9.5 (April 2017)

  • Bug Fix: System.Security.SecurityException not handled in CLI
  • Bug fix: vLicence export page not working in CLI
  • Bug fix: CLI export creates tabpage.xls.xlsx files. Now changed to tabpage.xlsx files
  • Bug fix: dvSwitch tab has two 'Name' fields. One is now renowned

Version 3.9.3 (March 2017)

  • Bug Fix: Fixed unhandled exception in decrypt function

Version 3.9.2 (February 2017)

  • Migrated RVTools to use .NET Framework Version 4
  • RVTools migrated to use NPOI
  • vSphere 6.5 Compatibility
  • Better login performance
  • RVTools no longer writes messages to the Windows event log
  • All VM related tabs now have a new column: OS by VMware Tools
  • All tabs now have a new column: VI SDK Server
  • All columns of the vCenter UUID tab have been renamed to VI SDK UUID
  • vInfo tab: new VI SDK API version column
  • The xlsx format is now used when exporting to Excel
  • All columns are now automatically adjusted when exporting to Excel
  • Excel sheet names use the same name as tab names
  • Hint boxes can now be removed! Show settings window
  • New column in vPartition tab: MB used
  • vHealth _replica directories are excluded from zombie scans
  • * _sesparse.vmdk files are excluded from zombie scans
  • New tab with license information
  • Added new PasswordEncryption app that allows you to encrypt your password
  • The RVTools command line interface now accepts encrypted passwords
  • Bug Fix: Fixed URL link issue for online version information.

Version 3.8.6 (July 2016)

  • Patch released for unhandled exception in vInfo tab

Version 3.8 (March 2016)

(Video) RVTools

  • The VI SDK reference has changed from 5.5 to 6.0
  • on the vInfo tab new field: ChangeVersion Unique identifier for a specific configuration version
  • in the new field of the vInfo tab: High Availability Virtual Machine Monitoring Status
  • on the vInfo tab new fields: number of supported monitors and video RAM in KB.
  • on the vInfo tab new field: Configuration Status.
  • VM configuration issues are displayed in the vHealth tab
  • on the vInfo tab new field: OS by VMware Tools
  • new fields on the vTools tab: Application Status, Application Heartbeat Status, and Kernel Error Status
  • on the vTools tab new fields: availability of operations, support of state changes and availability of interactive guest operations
  • on the vHost tab new field: NTPD Run Status.
  • NTP issues are visible on the vHealth tab
  • in the new tab field vHost: Configuration Status.
  • Host configuration issues are displayed on the vHealth tab
  • on the vCluster tab new field: Configuration Status.
  • Cluster configuration issues are displayed on the vHealth tab
  • on the vDatastore tab new field: Configuration Status.
  • Datastore configuration issues are displayed in the vHealth tab
  • new fields in the vSC+VMK tab: IP Address 6 and Gateway IP 6
  • All VM related tabs now have VM Object ID and VM UUID columns
  • All VM related tabs now have Powerstate and Template columns
  • all pages of the guide. You now have a vCenter UUID column (=unique identifier for a vCenter server)
  • all tabs related to the virtual machine. Custom attribute columns are now sorted alphabetically
  • all pages of the guide. A selection is now a full row selection, making it easier to track information across many columns.
  • Bug Fix: Fixed data refresh issue in vRP and vCluster tabs
  • Bug Fix: Fixed filter issue on vCluster tab
  • Bug Fix: In the vInfo tab, the HA info is not populated with cluster default values
  • Bug fix: vmdk files from content libraries are no longer reported as possible zombie files
  • Bug fix: The msi installer sometimes installs RVTools in the root of the c: drive. That's solved now.

Version 3.7 (March 2015)

  • Changed VI SDK reference from 5.0 to 5.5
  • Increased the timeout value from 10 to 20 minutes for really large environments
  • Novo Campo VM folder with vCPU, vMemory, vDisk, vPartition, vNetwork, vFloppy, vCD, vSnapshot and vTools tabs
  • New storage I/O mapping information on the vDisk tab
  • New fields on the vHost tab: Service tag (serial number) and OEM-specific string
  • On the vNic tab new field: Virtual Switch Name (Distributed)
  • Added multipath information for paths 5, 6, 7, and 8 on the vMultipath tab
  • New health check on vHealth tab: Multipath operational status
  • New health check on vHealth tab: Consolidation check required for virtual machines
  • New fields on the vInfo tab: boot options, firmware, and information about planned hardware upgrades
  • Timestamp of the last update in the status bar
  • On the vhealth tab: Search data store errors are now visible as health messages
  • You can now export the CSV files separately from the command line interface (just like XLS export)
  • You can now specify a data range for automatic updating in the settings dialog
  • All datetime columns are now in yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss format
  • Export directories/filenames now have a timestamp in the format yyyy-mm-dd_hh:mm:ss
  • Bug fix: dvPort tab does not show all networks
  • Improved general debugging information

Version 3.6 (February 2014)

  • New tab with cluster information
  • New tab with multipath information
  • New fields HA Isolation Response and HA Reboot Priority on the vInfo tab
  • New information fields for cluster affinity rules on the vInfo tab
  • New fields connection status and idle time in the vInfo tab
  • On the vInfo tab new field The status of vSphere HA protection for a virtual machine (DAS protection)
  • In the vInfo tab, the new status of the field operation.
  • On the vCPU tab new field information Hot Add and Remove
  • Customized CPU/Socket/Cores information on the vCPU tab
  • On the vHost side, new fields VMotion Support and Storage VMotion Support
  • In the vMemory tab, the new field "Hot Add".
  • On the vNetwork tab new field VM Folder.
  • New MTU field on the vSC_VMK tab
  • RVToolsSendMail - You can now also set the email subject
  • Fixed data storage error for ESX version 3.5
  • Fixed vmFolder error when launched from command line
  • Improved documentation for command line options

Version 3.5 (March 2013)

  • In the vInfo tab new field: Resource group
  • New field in the vInfo tab: Consolidation required.
  • New field in the vCPU tab: Number of cores per socket
  • New tab with resource group information
  • In the new column of the vNetwork tab: name of the switch
  • In the new column of the vNetwork tab: Comienza connected
  • In the vTools tab, new column: Version required
  • New columns on vHost tab: Custom Fields
  • New columns on the vDisk tab: Raw Disk Information
  • Improved error handling for SSO login issues
  • Bug Fix: Fixed invalid snapshot size
  • Bug fix: All date and time fields now use the local time zone
  • Bug fix: data not updated after filter change

Version 3.4 (September 2012)

  • General performance improvements and better end user experience
  • Changed VI SDK reference from 4.0 to 5.0
  • Added a reference to Log4net (Apache Logging Framework) for debugging purposes.
  • Fixed an SSO issue
  • Removed trailing CSV export delimiter to fix PowerShell read issue
  • New fields on the vDisk tab: Eagerly Scrub and Write Through
  • New field on vHost tab: vRAM = total amount of virtual RAM allocated to all running virtual machines
  • New fields on the vHost tab: Memory Used by VMs, Memory Swapped by VMs, and Global Memory by VMs
  • Bug fix: Snapshot size is shown as zero when it is less than 1MB
  • A new settings screen has been added. Here you can disable/enable some performance killers. By default they are disabled.

Version 3.3 (April 2012)

  • Changed GetWebResponse timeout value from 5 minutes to 10 minutes (for very large environments)
  • New tab with HBA information
  • In the vDatastore tab, the definition of the MB Provisioned and MB In Use columns was confusing. That has now changed.
  • RVToolsSendMail now accepts multiple recipients (the semicolon is used as a separator)
  • Folder information for virtual machines and templates is now visible on the vInfo tab
  • Bugfix: Data in combo boxes in filter form are now sorted
  • Bug Fix: Fixed issue with API version 2.5.0
  • Bug fix: Improved exception handling in vCPU tab.
  • Bug fix: Improved exception handling in vDatastore tab.

Version 3.2 (October 2011)

  • New tab with distributed switch information
  • New tab with distributed port information
  • It is now possible to export a single tab to an Excel file from the command line
  • Now it is possible to save the filter. The next time you start RVtools, the filter will be used automatically.
  • Bug fix: In the vSnapshot tab, the displayed file name and size are not always correct
  • Bug Fix: Improved exception handling in vPort tab

Version 3.1 (April 2011)

  • Reorganized tab order of signup form
  • The login form remembers your last selected vCenter host/server
  • In vInfo neue Felder Provisioned, Used und Shared Storage
  • In the new vInfo fields, install Boot Required, number of virtual disks
  • No new vInfo fields Fault Tolerance Status, FT Latency Status, FT Bandwidth and FT Secondary Latency
  • In the new vInfo field, SMBIOS 128-bit UUID of the virtual machine
  • In vDatastore neue Felder Total Provisioned, Storage Used und Shared
  • In vDatastore new fields Enabled Indicator for SIOC and Congestion Threshold
  • In vDisk, new field Disk persistence mode
  • All adapter IP addresses are now visible in vNetwork
  • Memory distributed in the new vMemory field on the right
  • In new vCPU fields, static CPU entitlement and field distributed CPU entitlement
  • In the new vHost fields Current EVC Mode and Maximum EVC Mode
  • New batch command line parameters -u username and -p password
  • Bug fix: Custom fields are not always visible in the vSnapshot tab
  • Bug fix: When exporting to Excel, some columns of numbers are saved as text instead of numbers
  • RVToolsBatch.cmd with email sending sample implemented in RVTools executable directory

Version 3.0 (January 2011)

  • Implemented walkthrough authentication. Allows you to log in automatically with your Windows credentials.
  • All numeric columns are now formatted to make them easier to read.
  • In vInfo, the Committed, Uncommitted, Shared, and Column Size columns in vSnapshot are now formatted in MB instead of bytes.
  • Created a new tab with service console and VMKernel information.
  • Now uses vSphere Web Services SDK 4.1, which supports new features available in vSphere 4.1
  • When exporting to a CSV file, the Windows region separator is now used
  • Using NPOI to enable recording directly to xls files without having an Excel version installed on the system.
  • New menu function to record all information in an Excel workbook with a new worksheet for each tab.
  • new command line options. Check the documentation!

Version 2.9.5 (September 2010)

  • In the vInfo tab new field: Guest Heartbeat Status. The heartbeat status is categorized as follows: gray - VMware Tools is not installed or not running, red - no heartbeat, the guest operating system may have stopped responding. Yellow: intermittent heartbeat, could be due to Gastlast. Green: The guest operating system is responding normally
  • New fields on the vMemory tab: Increased memory, Consumed overhead memory, Private memory, Shared memory, Paged memory, and Static memory permission
  • On the vDatastore tab, new field: Full device address (controller, target, device)
  • New fields on the vInfo tab: Committed Storage, Uncommitted Storage, and Unshared Storage
  • bug fix! A semicolon in annotation fields is no longer a problem for export functions
  • bug fix! Fixed "Zombie vmdk" status check issues
  • bug fix! Fixed "inconsistent folder name" integrity check issues
  • bug fix! On the vport tab, the value of the "Report Change" column is resolved
  • bug fix! Fixed sorting issue in vNic tab in Speed ​​column

Version 2.9.1 (4. Mai 2010)

(Video) RV Tools For Beginners - My On The Road RV Tool Kit

  • bug fix! Unhandled exception on vNic tab when connection is down.

Version 2.9.1 (4. Mai 2010)

  • bug fix! Unhandled exception on vNic tab when connection is down.
    The description in the VI API reference is excellent: "The current status of the physical network adapter connection. If this object is not configured, the connection is down." Sorry guys, this situation was not tested by me. That's fixed now.

Version 2.9 (April 2010)

  • New fields in the vHost tab: Provider and Model.
  • New fields on the vHost tab: Bios Version and Bios Release Date.
  • In the vInfo tab new field: Total size of the VM in bytes (visible when using VI API 4.0)
  • New fields on the vSnapshot tab: Snapshot file name and size in bytes (visible when using VI API 4.0)
  • New vNic tab. The vNic tab displays the following fields for each physical NIC on the host: Host, Datacenter, Cluster Name, Network Device, Controller, Speed, Duplex Setting, MAC Address, PCI, and Activation Key.
  • Design change in the vHost, vSwitch and vPort tabs. Now they all start with hostname, datacenter and cluster name.
  • An additional optional parameter has been added to the ExportAll command line function. It is now possible to specify the directory to which the export files are written.

Version 2.8.1 (February 2010)

  • On the vHost tab new field: Number of running vCPUs
  • On vSphere virtual machines in the vApp where it is not visible.
  • The filter does not work correctly if annotations or custom fields contain a null value.
  • If NTP server = null, the time information fields are not displayed on the vHost tab.
  • If the datastore or virtual machine name contains spaces, the check for inconsistent folder names did not work correctly.
  • The tools status check is now performed only for running virtual machines.

Version 2.8 (January 2010)

  • The "# VMs" field in the "vHost" tab now only counts activated VMs.
  • The vHost tab field "VMs per Core" now only counts activated VMs.
  • The vHost tab field "vCPU per core" now only counts activated virtual machines.
  • In the vDatastore tab field, # VMs is now only calculated for powered on VMs.
  • The "Number of running vCPUs per core" health check now only counts activated VMs.
  • The "Number of running VMs per datastore" health check now only has VMs enabled.
  • An application event source for RVTools is created during installation. This to fix some security related issues.
  • Some users are encountering a Web SDK server timeout exception. The default timeout value for web services has now been changed to a higher value.
  • New fields on the vHost tab: NTP server, time zone information, hyperthreading information (available and active), start time, DNS server, DHCP flag, domain name and DNS search order
  • New integrity check: inconsistent folder names.
  • Improved exception handling on the vDisk, vSwitch and vPort tabs.

Version 2.7.3 (December 19, 2009)

  • With the help of Ciaran Garvey, Benj Starratt, and Shane Wendel, I was able to improve zombie file detection. Thank you all.
  • Files in .snapshot directories are no longer reported as zombies.
  • CTK files are no longer reported as zombies.
  • Fixed issues with VM files being placed in the root directory.
  • Under certain conditions, the filter screen ended with an exception. That's fixed now.
  • New fields on the vDisk tab: ThinProvisioned and Split.
  • New field on the vTools tab: Virtual machine hardware version.

Version 2.7.1 (19. November 2009)

  • 15 minutes after the 2.7 release I received an email from Kyle Ross telling me that RVTools was showing the cos and esxconsole virtual machines as zombies. This problem is now solved! Thanks again Kyle for letting me know so early.

Version 2.7 (November 2009)

  • RVTools now reports memory wastage by zombie VMs, VMDKs, templates and snapshots. This information can be found on the vHealth tab.
    If you pay me a penny for every gigabyte of wasted disk space RVTools finds, it'll make me rich, J.
  • Due to the fact that searching through all datastores can take a long time, RVTools now uses a separate thread to collect this information.
  • The default percentage of "free data storage capacity" has been changed from 10% to 15%.
  • bug fix! If a snapshot is more than two levels deep, only the first two levels are visible.
    Mike Price's contribution solved that problem! Thank you again Mike.

Version 2.6 (September 2009)

  • RVTools now uses the vSphere 4 SDK. The SDK has been enhanced to support new features on ESX/ESXi 4.0 and vCenter Server 4.0 systems.
  • In the vNetwork tab, the Vmxnet2 information has been improved (due to the new SDK).
  • The name of the vCenter Server or ESX host to which RVTools is connected is now visible in the window title.
  • New menu option: Export All. Which exports all data to CSV files.
  • The Export All feature can also be launched from the command line. The output files are written to a single directory in the user's documents directory.
  • New vSwitch tab. The vSwitch tab shows for each virtual switch the switch name, number of ports, free ports, promiscuous mode value, allowed value for MAC address changes, allowed value for spoofed broadcasts, vSwitch configuration -Flag traffic, the width, the peak and the burst, the interleaving policy and the reverse policy on flag, notify switch value, continuous order, download flag, TSO support flag, transmission support flag zero copy, maximum transmission unit size, host name, data center name, and cluster name.
  • New vPort tab. The vPort tab shows for each port the port name, the name of the virtual switch where the port is defined, the VLAN ID, the promiscuous mode value, the allowed value for MAC address changes, the allowed value for fake ones Transfers, the traffic shape flag and width, peak and burst, interleaving policy, reverse policy flag, notification change value, job continue, download flag, TSO support flag, transfer support flag, zero copy, size, Host name, server name, data center and cluster name.
  • The filter now also works on the vHost, vSwitch and vPort tabs.
  • Changed health check: The check of the number of virtual machines per core is changed to the number of virtual CPUs per core.

Version 2.5.5 (June 27, 2009)

  • Changed integrity check properties are not set at program startup. The program uses the default values ​​until you start it and pass the properties screen. This problem is now solved.
  • Since version 2.5, the vDisk tab shows aggregated "config.hardware" information and "guest" information. That was not a good idea! If a virtual disk contains more than one partition, the information displayed will be incorrect.
    To solve this problem, I have now split this information into a virtual disks tab that only shows the information provided by "config.hardware" and a new virtual partitions tab that shows the "guest" information.
  • Better exception handling in the filter.
  • New fields on the vHost tab: Number of CPUs, Cores per CPU and Virtual CPUs per core.

Version 2.5.1 (15. April 2009)

(Video) RV Tools for Safety, Sanitation and Security

  • bug fix! Improved exception handling on the vDisk and vNetwork tabs.
  • With the help of Alan Civita, that problem is solved! Thank you again Alan.

Version 2.5 (April 2009)

  • The setup file now understands how to upgrade without first uninstalling the previous version.
  • The documentation file is now also provided in the program directory.
    You can launch Adobe Reader from the RVtools Help menu.
  • New fields in the vInfo tab: Network #1 to Network #4
  • New fields on the vDisk tab: Level, Shares, SCSI Controller, Drive ID, and vmdk pathname. I will now use the information from "config.hardware" to complete this tab. Previous versions of the program used guest information that is heavily dependent on VMware tools.
  • New fields on the vNetwork tab: Adapter Type and Mac Address Type.
    I will now use the information from "config.hardware" to complete this tab. Previous versions of the program used guest information that is heavily dependent on VMware tools.
  • New field in vHost tab: number of virtual machines per core
  • New tab! vhealth. Display status check messages.

There are 8 possible Health Check messages:

  • 1. The virtual machine has a CDROM drive attached!
  • 2. A floppy disk drive is connected to the virtual machine!
  • 3. The virtual machine has an active snapshot!
  • 4. VMware tools are outdated, not running, or not installed.
  • 5. Disk xx has yy% free space! threshold is zz%
  • 6. There is yy% free space on datastore xx! threshold is zz%
  • 7. There are xx active virtual machines per core on this host. The threshold is currently
  • 8. There are xx virtual machines active on this datastore. The threshold is currently
  • The Health Check Properties form allows you to set your “custom” health check thresholds.

Version 2.4.1 (March 18, 2009)

  • The new filter throws an exception if there are ESX hosts that do not belong to any cluster. With the help of Mario Vinet, this problem is solved! Thank you again Mario.

Version 2.4 (March 2009)

  • On the vDatastore tab you can now see which hosts are connected to the datastore.
  • Data on the vInfo, vCpu, vMemory, vDisk, vFloppy, vCD, vSnapshot and vTools tabs can now be filtered

Version 2.3.1 (February 11, 2009)

  • System.InvalidCastException: Cannot cast object of type 'VimApi.NasDatastoreInfo' to type 'VimApi.VmfsDatastoreInfo' Error in vDatastore tab fixed!

Version 2.3 (February 2009)

  • New vHost tab. The “vHost” tab is displayed for each host name, data center name, cluster name, CPU model, CPU speed, number of CPUs, % CPU usage, total memory amount, % memory usage, reserved memory for service console, NIC number, HBA number, Number of virtual machines running on this host and the ESX version of this host.
  • All tabs (except the Data Warehouse tab) now also show the data center name and the cluster name.
  • New VMFS fields "Block Size", "Maximum Blocks", "Number of Extensions", "Major Version Number", "Version String" and "VMFS Update" in the vDatastore guide.
  • New field "Virtual Machine Version" in the vInfo tab.
  • Fixed divide by zero error in vDatastore tab.
  • The vInfo fields "update policy" and "Sync.time with host" introduced in version 2.2 caused some problems with version 2.0 of the VI API. That's already fixed!

Version 2.2 (January 2009)

  • New vDatastore tab. The vDatastore tab shows for each datastore the name, connection status, file system type, number of virtual machines in the datastore, total capacity in MB, free capacity in MB, multi-host access indication, and URL.
  • Your defined custom fields are now visible in most tabs
  • New menu item "Export data to cvs file"
  • New Update Policy field on the vTools tab.
  • New field "Sync time with host" in the vTools tab.
  • The OS field displayed on most tabs now displays the guest operating system name as per VMware Tools. In previous versions we used the configuration value. The vTools tab shows the two "SO" fields.

Version 2.1 (November 2008)

  • General performance improvements.
  • New tab vInfo. For each virtual machine, the vInfo tab shows the guest's hostname, power status, wakeup date/time, number of CPUs, number of memory, number of NICs, configuration path, notes, ESX hostname , the operating system name, and the VI SDK object ID.
  • New CPU tab. The vCpu tab is displayed for each VM CPU number, maximum CPU, total CPU usage, shares, reservations, limits, logs, ESX hostname, and OS name.
  • New storage tab. The vMemory tab shows the memory size, maximum memory usage, memory overhead, guest memory, host memory, shares, reservations, limits, annotations, ESX hostname, and operating system name for each virtual machine.
  • New snapshot tab. The vSnapshot tab shows for each snapshot the name, description, snapshot timestamp, deactivation value, status value, notes, ESX host name, and operating system name.
  • Header text is automatically pasted after previous copy and action. This functionality of version 1.1 was "lost" in version 2.0.

Version 2.0 (October 2008)

  • RVTools has five new tabs that provide information about your virtual machines. RVTools displays information about CPU, memory, hard drives, network cards, CD-ROMs, floppy drives and VMware tools. With RVTools you can detach CD-ROM or floppy drives from virtual machines. You can also initiate a VMware Tools upgrade.

Version 1.1 (Mai 2008)

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  • You can copy the selected values ​​from the datagrid to the clipboard with Ctrl-C. The header text is automatically inserted. After that, you can paste the data from the clipboard into your favorite editor.
  • The registration form remembers the names and/or IP addresses of the entered ESX hosts and/or VirtualCenter servers. You can use a filter to show only "models" or "virtual machines".
  • The Notes annotation field is visible in the data grid.

Version 1.0 (April 2008)
First public release.


What is the latest version of RVTools? ›

RVTools 4.3. 1
Release DateJune 3, 2022
Operating SystemsWindows
PublisherRob de Veij - https://www.robware.net
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How do I get an RV tool report? ›

The RVTools installation. Once RVTools has been installed, you can run it by entering RVTools at the Start prompt. This will bring up the RVTools log-in interface (Figure 3), where you can enter the IP address or DNS and credentials of a vCenter Server or ESXi host. [Click on image for larger view.]

Who owns RVTools? ›

The owner's name is Rob de Veij, and he has worked with VMware infrastructure since the inception of RVTools. 4sysops members can earn and read without ads!

What is RV tool report? ›

RVTools is a VMware utility that connects to your vCenter server and captures every bit of information about your virtual machines (VMs) and your ESXi hosts that you'd want to know.

Is VMware tools free? ›

VMware Workstation Player

One of the simple yet effective VMware free tools available is the Workstation Player. As a great tool to get familiar with VMware products, it allows you to run a second OS on your Windows or Linux PC.

How do I install the latest version of VMware tools? ›

  1. Select the menu command to mount the VMware Tools virtual disk on the guest operating system. ...
  2. If you are using vCenter Server and are performing an upgrade or reinstallation, in the Install/Upgrade VMware Tools dialog box, select Interactive Tools Installation or Interactive Tools Upgrade and click OK.

Is there a free RV GPS app? ›

Best Free RV Navigation App

Google Maps (Android and Apple) is by far the best free option out there. This app allows you to add stops, avoid tolls, and much more. That said, Google Maps was not made with big rigs in mind.

How can I get a free travel trailer history? ›

To look up a history report for your travel trailer, you'll need to locate the 17-digit vehicle identification number on the vehicle. Once you've found it, you can contact your DMV or input it into an online database such as faxvin.com. These places will provide you with the vehicle's history report.

Do RV have tracking devices? ›

When you buy a new RV or travel trailer, it's highly unlikely that it will have a pre-installed GPS tracker. So, if you want your RV to be equipped with GPS tracking, then purchasing an RV GPS tracker system (aftermarket) is your best option.

What does VMware health analyzer do? ›

The VMware Virtualization Health Check Service identifies gaps in current practices and areas of concern. VMware also provides remediation recommendations.

What is a VMware fling? ›

A VMware fling is an unsupported virtualization or cloud computing software tool created by a VMware engineer. Flings often address a specific problem or offer a utility not found in a VMware product.

What is CIS VMware? ›

0.0. The CIS API provides VMware common infrastructure services such as session management, tags, and task management. Generated on: 2022-12-01 16:03 UTC. Product Version. Latest (v8.0.0)

How does RVTools work? ›

RVTools is a VMware utility that uses VI SDK to give you all the information you need about your virtual environment. It connects to your vCenter server to gather this information for you. This is a free tool created by Rob de Veij and it works well for all VMware vSphere and V13 computing environments.

How do I filter in RVTools? ›

Another option is to create a filter. To do so, select the Filter option from the View menu. This will cause RVTools to display the dialog box shown in Figure 4. This dialog box allows you to filter the list of virtual machines based on whether they are powered on, powered off, or suspended.

How do I get a report from vCenter? ›

From the left menu, click Visualize > Reports. From the Reports panel, click Generated Reports. The right pane contains all the generated reports.

Is VMware hard to learn? ›

There's no doubt that VMware vSphere is complex software. To learn VMware vSphere requires a lot more than knowledge of cloud computing. But enrolling in either an online course or an in-person course will save you a lot of hassle as you try to pick it up.

Can you use VMware without a license? ›

VMware's ESXi is the world's leading virtualization hypervisor. IT professionals regard ESXi as the go-to hypervisor for running virtual machines — and it's available for free. VMware offers various paid versions of ESXi, but also provides a free version available for anyone to use.

Which VMware version is free? ›

VMware Workstation 17 Player

The free version is available for non-commercial, personal and home use. We also encourage students and non-profit organizations to benefit from this offering. Commercial organizations require commercial licenses to use Workstation Player.

How do I update my VM version? ›

Right-click the virtual machine and select the menu option to upgrade virtual hardware:
  1. In the vSphere C# Client, the option is Upgrade Virtual Hardware.
  2. In the vSphere Web Client, the option is Compatibility > Upgrade VM Compatibility. The virtual hardware is upgraded to the latest supported version.
Feb 1, 2021

What is the current version of VMware? ›

Please improve this article by adding secondary or tertiary sources. VMware vSphere (formerly VMware Infrastructure 4) is VMware's cloud computing virtualization platform.
VMware vSphere.
Initial releaseApril 21, 2009
Stable release8.0 / October 11, 2022
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How do I find my VMware tools version? ›

Checking the VMware Tools version
  1. Locate the VMware Tools icon in the System Tray. Move the mouse pointer over the icon. ...
  2. To check which version is installed, right-click the VMware Tools icon and select About VMware Tools. The About VMware Tools dialog displays information about the currently installed version.

Is there a Google Maps for motorhomes? ›

Google Maps

This is our go-to motorhome navigation app for planning and understanding routes and directions. We do use Google Maps for actual motorhome navigation but have to be ultra-aware of road signage and restrictions.

Is Waze good for RV? ›

No. It's important to note that Waze does NOT include an RV-specific option to ensure a route that avoids overweight situations, low overpasses, propane restrictions, etc. You'd need to use a different, RV-specific GPS device or app, like those listed in our RV Trip Planner article.

Can you use Ride with GPS without subscription? ›

Ride With GPS App

A free version is available, which allows you to try out premium features like turn-by-turn navigation, offline maps, and in-depth route revision before upgrading to a subscription. You'll have to upgrade for permanent access to premium features (navigation, offline maps, etc.)

What is the RV 10 year rule? ›

The ten-year rule at RV parks. “The Ten Year Rule” is a code that's enforced at many upscale RV parks around the country. The rule implies that RVs older than 10 years are too weathered and worn and should be prohibited. The rule is often enforced regardless of how pristine the RV actually is.

What should I not tell my RV salesman? ›

Don't tell a salesperson that you're going to be paying all cash, that you're going to trade in your old RV, or that you're going to use their financing. They can structure a deal that might appear suitable to you but ends up serving them in the end.

Can I check VIN history for free? ›

NICB's VINCheck is a free lookup service provided to the public to assist in determining if a vehicle may have a record of an insurance theft claim, and has not been recovered, or has ever been reported as a salvage vehicle by participating NICB member insurance companies.

Can a tracking device hear you? ›

A GPS tracking device pinpoints your location in real-time based on cellular networks and transmits data the same way cell phones do. However, a listening device can also listen to conversations carried inside the car.

Can someone steal your RV? ›

RV theft can occur anywhere, even parked at a campground or in front of your house. Most RV theft occurs when a motorhome or travel trailer is left unattended. If someone steals yours, not only will they get away with your RV, but they'll also get the belongings left inside.

Can I watch Netflix in my RV? ›

Many campgrounds and RV parks offer Wi-Fi speeds that average from 1-5 Mbps. It typically takes 5 Mbps to stream Netflix HD video and around 3 Mpbs to successfully stream SD video. For ultra HD streaming, 25Mbps is needed.

Can VMware track you? ›

Location Data and Privacy Settings

Except as provided in this Privacy Supplement, VMware does not receive your geolocational information. Your IT Administrator may configure Horizon Workspace to use your geolocation information in order to help you keep track of your preferences and to deploy appropriate policies.

What are 5 benefits of VMware tools? ›

VM Tools provides:
  • Improves Video Resolution.
  • Improves Color Depth.
  • Improved Network adapter performance.
  • Smooth Mouse Experience.
  • Allow Copy and Paste and drag-and -drop files.
  • Improves Sound.
  • Provides the ability to take quiesced snapshots of Guest OS.
Aug 9, 2017

Do I need antivirus in VMware? ›

Antivirus software is not required with the vSphere Hypervisor and the use of such software is not supported. Customers may ensure the integrity of software they install into vSphere by downloading the software only from the HTTPS-protected VMware site.

Can a VM get hacked? ›

It's certainly possible for a virtual machine to become compromised, especially if you access it on a mobile device in a place with public Wi-Fi. Just like all devices going on a public Wi-Fi system, hackers could infiltrate your OS if not taking proper security measures.

Does VMware hide your IP? ›

Using a virtual machine to browse the Internet doesn't mask your IP address or automatically shield you from threats.

Can hackers break out of a VM? ›

Can you be hacked through a virtual machine? Yes, a virtual machine is basically another device plugged into your network, so if your network is not well protected (antivirus, firewall, etc) an attacker can get into any neighbor real PC, router, IoT device, etc through your VM.

Does CIS require coding? ›

Computer Information Systems (CIS)

These systems address how data is gathered, processed, stored, and used. They involve hardware, software, and networks. However, the CIS field focuses on how computers and associated hardware and software are used in a business setting — not the coding that underlies the technology.

Is CIS a database? ›

The Customer Information System (CIS) is a complete CRM application that allows the user to create their own database with virtually unlimited user-defined fields.

How does VMware cloning work? ›

The cloning process in VMware is a process in which you create an exact copy of your original virtual machine (VM). A VMware clone has the same hardware, software, and other configurations as the original VM. Cloning is useful when deploying several virtual machines with the same resource allocation and configurations.

What is vi sdk server? ›

Intelligent Management uses the VMware Infrastructure SDK (VI SDK) to communicate through Web services with VMware Infrastructure 3 platforms. Any VMware Infrastructure 3 platforms that expose the VMware Infrastructure SDK (VI SDK) as a Web service and can work with Intelligent Management, such as ESX or vCenter.

What tools services allow for central management in VMware vSphere? ›

VMware vCenter Server provides centralized management of vSphere virtual infrastructure.

How do you use a filter query? ›

To filter data in a query, open it in Datasheet View, click the down-arrow at the top of a column, and select a filter option. Here's how it looks in an Access app: You can select multiple values from the list, but in an app, the filter list closes each time you select an option.

How do you use the filter command? ›

Filter a range of data
  1. Select any cell within the range.
  2. Select Data > Filter.
  3. Select the column header arrow .
  4. Select Text Filters or Number Filters, and then select a comparison, like Between.
  5. Enter the filter criteria and select OK.

How do I get a performance report in VMware? ›

In case you have vCenter go to the object you want to get performance reports --> Monitor --> Performance --> Advanced --> Chart options and then you can select last month. Please note metrics rollups are lost on the month basis. If you have vROPs working you can create a dashboard or use one of the default ones.

How do I analyze vCenter logs? ›

Log Browser for a specific host or vCenter Server
  1. Navigate to the host or vCenter Server that contain the logs you want to retrieve.
  2. Click the Monitor tab.
  3. Click Log Browser.
  4. (Optional) If no logs for the host or vCenter Server are available, click Retrieve now to retrieve the logs for that object.
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How do I get a list of VMs from vCenter? ›

1. Click the “Home Menu” icon in the top left of the interface then select “VMs and Templates”. 2. Click the “VMs” tab to show a list of all VMs.

How do I install RVTools? ›

This is where a utility like RVTools comes into play.
How do I to install RVTools?
  1. As a first step, download it for free from the creator's website.
  2. Next, run the executable file, which is RVtools. ...
  3. In the next screen, choose the path for installation. ...
  4. Once this is done, the installer will begin the installation process.
Oct 16, 2017

How do I download VMware tools ISO? ›

Installing VMware Tools on Windows guest operating systems from the ISO image on the datastore
  1. Click Start > Run from the inside guest operating system.
  2. Type D:\setup.exe, where D: is the first CD-ROM drive configured for your virtual machine.
  3. Click OK to start installing VMware Tools.
Jan 15, 2021

How install VMware tools ubuntu20? ›

To install VMware Tools in Ubuntu follow the steps below:
  1. Open a Terminal window. ...
  2. In the Terminal, run this command to navigate to the vmware-tools-distrib folder: ...
  3. Run this command to install VMware Tools: ...
  4. Enter your Ubuntu password.
  5. Restart the Ubuntu virtual machine after the VMware Tools installation completes.
Sep 9, 2020

Can I download VMware tools? ›

VMware Tools can be downloaded from the Product Download page. The steps to install VMware Tools vary depending on your VMware product and the guest operating system you have installed. For general steps to install VMware Tools in most VMware products, see General VMware Tools installation instructions (1014294).

How do I install VMware tools automatically? ›

You can configure virtual machines to automatically update VMware Tools.
  1. Right-click the virtual machine and click Edit Settings.
  2. Click the VM Options tab and select VMware Tools.
  3. Select Check and upgrade VMware Tools before each power on.
  4. Click OK to save your changes and close the dialog box.
May 31, 2019

How do I download VMware tools in VMware? ›

Log in to the virtual machine using an account with Administrator or root privileges. Wait for the desktop to load and be ready. In the user interface for the VMware product, locate the Install VMware Tools menu item, which is typically found under a Virtual Machine or Guest Operating System menu.

Where is ISO file in VMware? ›

VMware vSphere

In the left navigation pane, right-click the VM, and then select Edit Settings. In the Virtual Machine Properties window, click CD/DVD Drive 1, and then select your ISO file.

Can VMware run ISO? ›

You can also load an ISO image file while creating a new virtual machine. Select the “Installer Disc Image File (ISO)” option in the New Virtual Machine Wizard and browse to the ISO file. VMware will install the operating system from the ISO file onto the virtual machine.

Can I run ISO file on VMware? ›

How Do You Use ISO Image Files With VMware? All versions of VMware (Workstation, Server and ESX) offer the ability to mount ISO files and use them in virtual machines. Usually, these ISO files are used to install the operating system.

Why is VMware tools not installing? ›

Since VMware Tools cannot be installed without a CD-ROM drive, the incorrect network driver is also assigned to the NIC. To resolve this issue, you must assign the correct driver. To assign the correct driver: Select the VM in the inventory.

How to check VMware Tools version in Linux command line? ›

To check which version of VMware Tools is installed on an x86 Linux VM
  1. Open Terminal.
  2. Enter the following command to display the VMware Tools information in Terminal: vmware-toolbox-cmd -v. If VMware Tools isn't installed, a message displays to indicate this.

Why am I not able to install VMware tools? ›

Why is installing VMware tools greyed out? This happens when you try to install VMware tools on a guest machine either with the function already mounted or in the case the system doesn't have a virtual optical drive.


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