To set up one or more shared folders for a virtual machine, be sure the virtual machine is open in Workstation and click its tab to make it the active virtual machine. Choose VM > Settings > Options and click Shared folders. You can add one or more directories to the list.
How to share folders between Windows and Ubuntu using VMware Player
- Create a folder in your Windows file system that you want to use as the share. …
- Power down the VM shutting down Ubuntu.
- Select your VM in VMware Player and click Edit virtual machine settings.
- In the Options tab click Shared Folders in the left hand pane.
In a Windows virtual machine, shared folders appear in My Network Places (Network Neighborhood in a Windows NT virtual machine) under VMware Shared Folders. For example, if you specify the name Test files for one of your shared folders, you can navigate to it by opening My Network Places > VMware Shared Folders > .
How to configure Shared Folder in VMware Workstation
- Select the VM on which you want to configure shared folder. Right click on the VM. …
- Go to Options Tab. Select Shared Folders. …
- Share folder wizard starts. Click Next to continue.
- Click on Browse and select the folder which you want to share inside your virtual machine.
Open the virtual machine settings editor for the node 2 virtual machine (called Cluster2). Choose VM > Settings. 2. Add the two virtual disks that are to be shared.
To do this, simply open the file browser on the host to where you would like to drop the files and drag the files from the virtual machine into the file browser of the host. File transfers should be pretty quick; if the virtual machine seems stuck when transferring, simply cancel the transfer and try again.
- Open VirtualBox.
- Right-click your VM, then click Settings.
- Go to Shared Folders section.
- Add a new shared folder.
- On Add Share prompt, select the Folder Path in your host that you want to be accessible inside your VM.
- In the Folder Name field, type shared.
- Uncheck Read-only and Auto-mount, and check Make Permanent.
Share a folder, drive, or printer
- Right-click the folder or drive you want to share.
- Click Properties. …
- Click Share this folder.
- In the appropriate fields, type the name of the share (as it appears to other computers), the maximum number of simultaneous users, and any comments that should appear beside it.