Vmware remote console for mac

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In order to access VMs through the vSphere Web Client, you should install the VMware Remote Console (VMRC). The VMRC replaces the VMware Client Integration Plugin (CIP), a NPAPI based plugin that provided enhanced functionality to the vSphere Web Client. While the VMware Remote Console is installed as a standalone application, it must be launched from the vSphere Web Client.


Get the latest installer for Windows and Linux from VMware’s website:

Download VMRC

Note: You must create and login with a VMware account.

Get the VMware Remote Console for macOS from the Mac App Store:

VMRC on Mac App Store


  1. Open the provided .exe file to begin the installation process.
  2. Click Next on the window that opens.
  3. Check the box to agree to the license agreement and click Next.


  4. Click Next.
  5. Customize the User Experience Settings if desired and click Next.


  6. Click Install.
  7. Once the installation completes, click Finish.
Sours: https://cs.hofstra.edu/docs/pages/guides/vsphere_plugins.html

Standalone VMRC now available for Mac OS X

Last year, a standalone Virtual Machine Remote Console (VMRC) was released for Windows as part of vSphere 5.5 Update 2b which provides an alternative way of launching the VM console due to NPAPI deprecation. There was of course a huge request for Mac OS X support and the VMRC team has been working hard and today I am please to announce that standalone VMRC is now available for Apple Mac OS X which you can download using the following URL: www.vmware.com/go/download-vmrc

Note: Mac OS X 10.8 or greater is required to use the new Standalone VMRC. The release notes will be updated to reflect this requirement

There are currently two methods of launching a remote console to a Virtual Machine using the vSphere Web Client as seen in the screenshot below:

  1. Using HTML5 VMRC simply by clicking on the thumbnail preview
  2. Using the new Standalone VMRC by clicking on the "Launch Remote Console" link

When using the Standalone VMRC method, instead of opening the VM console in the browser, it will launch the native VMRC application on your system whether that be Windows or Mac OS X. All basic functionalities of the Standalone VMRC is available as you would expect such as power operations, device management, etc.

Note:There is not a specific version of vSphere that is required to directly launch the Standalone VMRC. However, to launch it within the vSphere Web Client, you will need vSphere 5.5 Update 2b or greater.

The other great thing about the Standalone VMRC is that it can function without vCenter Server and the vSphere Web Client and you can actually use it to connect to VM directly on an ESXi host. To use the VMRC without the vSphere Web Client, you will need to construct the VMRC URI which looks like the following:


where TICKET is obtained by calling the AcquireCloneTicket() method using the SessionManager in vCenter Server. The HOST will either be the Hostname/IP Address of vCenter Server and the PORT should be default to 443 and you will need to specify the VM MoRef ID. In the case of a standalone ESXi host, you would just change the HOST property. If you do not wish to use the clone ticket, you can also just provide the following URI which will prompt for your ESXi credentials


Once you have generated the VMRC URI, you MUST launch it through a web browser as that is how it is passed directly to the Standalone VMRC application. In my opinion, this is not ideal especially for customers who wish to automatically generate this as part of a VM provisioning workflow to their end users and not having to require a browser to launch the Standalone VMRC application. If you have some feedback on this, please do leave a comment.

In the mean time, a quick workaround is to use the "open" command on Mac OS X along with the VMRC URI which will automatically load it into your default browser and launch the Standalone VMRC application for you.

open 'vmrc://clone:cst-VCT-52e44ad7-712f-9f45-a9ee-13ec6a74acaf-[email protected]'

UPDATE (05/31/15) - If you are connecting directly to an ESXi host you can either use the vSphere API to query for the VM MoRef ID or you can easily pull it by running the following command directly in the ESXi Shell:

vim-cmd vmsvc/getallvms

I am sure there are probably a few of you asking, what about for Linux users? Well, you can probably guess what is being worked on next 😉

Categories // Apple, ESXi, vSphere, vSphere 5.5, vSphere 6.0Tags // mac, osx, remote console, vmrc

Sours: https://williamlam.com/2015/04/standalone-vmrc-now-available-for-mac-os-x.html
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    The VMware Remote Console (VMRC) is a standalone console application that enables you to connect to client devices and open virtual machine consoles on remote hosts.

    VMware Remote Console provides access to virtual machines from remote clients and performs console and device operations such as configuring operating system settings and monitoring the virtual machine console for VMware vSphere. VMware Remote Console can also modify virtual machine settings such as RAM, CPU cores, and disks.

    Version 12.0.0

    - VMRC 12.0 macOS version now supports the transition to universal binary. It can natively run on MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac Mini with Apple Silicon-based M1 chipset.
    - Supports connecting generic VNC server with VNC authentication support.
    - Supports both auto-fit guest and stretch mode on all supported platforms.
    - Supports proxy configuration within VMRC URI.
    - Optimized for Retina and 4K Display.
    - Open-source components have been updated, including jansson 2.10, libjpeg-turbo 2.0.5, openssl 1.1.1h, and pcre 8.44.

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    This is the only terminal software I have ever used that has no easy way to change the font size. And it cost me time.

    very negative on catalina

    after install i had screen issues, mouse issues were u could not left click... strange but then uninstalled and everything went back to normal

    No Go on a M1

    Cannot be installed on a M1 MBP ... need update ASAP.

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