As far as I know it is enabled. If a VM starts promiscuous mode, then you will be notified and prompted to enter your password to authorize it.
This password prompting can be disabled in preferences under the Network tab.
Correct... if you do it through the guest, the host UI notifies and enables the feature. It has to be enabled on both the guest OS and in Fusion for it to function.
It has to be enabled on both the guest OS and in Fusion for it to function.
The TS does not have VMware Fusion Professional though, only the non professional version.
So no network tab in the Fusion Preferences panel.
Not sure if you can do this without Professional. I don't have a non professional license here to try.
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oh yah... I didn't mean to suggest more config was needed...
You literally just set it in the guest like you would on a physical adapter, and then click 'allow' when Fusion prompts.
That's what I meant by 'both sides'... you set it in the guest, and approve it on the host.