Have an old iMac and got a new one.
Old one runs windows 2000, windows 7 and windows 10.
Installed VMware fusion 8.5. (Old machine has version 7+.)
Wanted to migrate the virtual machine bundles but had difficulty locating them, and when I did they were greyed out.
(The bundles didn't turn up when I tried to view them via ethernet...although other files were there.)
So I copied the bundles put them on the desktop of the new machine. Not greyed out on desktop.
Still greyed out in fusion (import...choose an existing file).
I'm sure there is a discussion on this issue. So excuse me not finding it yet.
Thanks for your attention to this matter.
Thanks for your reply.
Yeah, I eventually stumbled into just doing just that.
Right now I have them on my desktop. Only ran one of the bundles.
I'm going to move them to the documents folder, where they traditionally should be.
I take it this is the default folder...but I guess it doesn't matter.
Appreciate your reply.
If you have macOS Sierra, you might want to store VMs in ~/Virtual\ Machines.localized instead of in ~/Documents/Virtual\ Machines.localized (the default for previous macOS/OS X versions): because, if you activate Desktop and Documents on iCloud Drive, you probably don't want to store multi-gigabyte VMs in the cloud.