Thx a lot.
What's host of you environment? And can you consistently reproduce the problem?
I can't reproduce your problem in my machine(Mac OS X is 10.9.5), connect to a vSphere 5.5 server(as I don't have 5.1 server available).
Pls email me your vmware-vmfusion.log. I send you my email by private message. Appreciate your help in advance.
OS X host is 10.8.5
Will have to come back with the exact vSphere 5.1 host build number later on when I have the time to try and reproduce the issue.
A crash like that might be difficult to reproduce. I've not seen it happening again, only the first time and I immediately posted it down here.
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I can reproduce the problem on my env using Fusion 7 July Preview version (Mac OS X 10.8.5, connecting to vSphere 5.5), after below steps,
1. Connect to a remote server by ip
2. disconnect and remove
3. connect to the same remote server by domain name
Then, GUI crashed, and the assert is the same as your log.
And I also try to reproduce the problem using Fusion 7 latest internal build, can't reproduce the problem, I think the problem probably have already fixed in Fusion 7. FYI.
I'm running into the same issue. Currently have a ticket opened with the VMware Fusion team. The issue happens when connecting to any ESXi server I have on premise. It does work fine in a new user, I'm at a point where isolating it to a conflicting piece of software. I am just unsure of which one is causing it.