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This is for all you MacBook users out there. If you are like me and run a VM to use the VMRC console, well those days are over. VMware Remote Console 7.1 for mac was released yesterday!
Last October, VMware announced the release of the first standalone VMware Remote Console application for Windows. Yesterday, VMware went live with the first-ever VMware Remote Console (VMRC) for Mac OS. Until the end of last year, VMRC has been a plug-in component in the web clients of vSphere, vCloud Director, and vRealize Automation. Until this release of VMRC for Mac, customers on Mac clients were limited to using a basic HTML console and a plugin-based device control.
Google has scheduled the deprecation of the Netscape Plugin API (NPAPI) in Chrome browsers in September 2015, which will stop the legacy VMware Remote Console plug-in in web clients from functioning. VMware will continue to add VMRC support for different platforms so that customers will have plugin-independent access to VM console functionality and operations, as well as client device connections to VMs on remote ESXi hosts.
VMRC can be launched directly from vSphere web client versions 5.5u2b and 6.0, as well as URLs specifying ESXi host and VM information. The application supports Mac OS 10.8 and up.
You can find the VMware Remote Console (VMRC) for Mac Download here.