VMware Fusion 2.0.3, a free, downloadable update for all VMware Fusion 1 and VMware Fusion 2 customers, is now available.
VMware Fusion 2.0.3 is a quick maintenance release for VMware Fusion 2 and comes the following enhancements and fixes for high-impact issues:
- Resolves an issue where driverless printing stops working for users that run Mac OS X 10.5.6, and installed Apple Mac OS X Security Update 2009-001.
- Provides experimental support for Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server as a guest operating system. You can now run the latest Snow Leopard Server builds (32-bit kernel) released before April 2009 in a virtual machine.
- Resolves an issue with driverless printing, where the Enabled check box on Virtual Machine > Settings > Printers might get deselected automatically.
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If you are updating from VMware Fusion 2, 2.0.1 or 2.0.2 to VMware Fusion 2.0.3, we recommend you first shut down your virtual machines, then install VMware Fusion 2.0.3. For update from VMware Fusion 2.0.1 or earlier, once you power on your virtual machines after the 2.0.3 update, VMware Fusion 2 will offer to update to the latest tools. We recommended updating your virtual machines to the latest 2.0.3 included tools.
If you are upgrading from VMware Fusion 1.x to VMware Fusion 2.0.3, we put together a detailed document on how to upgrade your existing VMware Fusion 1.x virtual machines to take advantage of VMware Fusion 2 features including advanced 3D support. Please review the upgrading your VM document to get the most out of VMware Fusion 2 upgrade!
Again, VMware Fusion 2.0.3 is a free downloadable update for all VMware Fusion 1.x and VMware Fusion 2 users. Your existing VMware Fusion serial number will work with VMware Fusion 2.0.3, and all you need to do to upgrade is download and install. Click here to download your free VMware Fusion 2.0.3 update.
We hope you enjoy using VMware Fusion 2.0.3!