VMware Workstation V6.0.2 ACE Edition: A Powerful Tool for Virtualization
VMware Workstation V6.0.2 ACE Edition is a desktop virtualization product that allows you to create and run multiple virtual machines on a single physical machine. You can use it for development, testing, training, or deployment of software applications. With VMware Workstation V6.0.2 ACE Edition, you can also package and deploy your virtual machines with encryption, network access and device control, and expiration settings using the VMware ACE technology.
VMware Workstation V6.0.2 ACE Edition was released on October 18, 2007 with the build number 59824[^1^]. It is compatible with Windows 32-bit and 64-bit host operating systems[^1^]. You can download the main installation file for Windows from the VMware website[^1^]. The file size is 314 MB and the MD5SUM is 81bc2d016c42916df6ef969c0c8dd2e1[^1^]. You will also need a KeyGen to activate the product.
Some of the features of VMware Workstation V6.0.2 ACE Edition are:
Pocket ACE: You can securely encapsulate your entire desktop, including OS, applications, and data, into a virtual machine and deploy it to any flash media device[^2^]. You can then run your desktop from another machine without the PC[^2^].
ACE Packaging Capabilities: You can configure control and security parameters for your virtual machine and wrap it with a runtime in an .msi (Windows) or .tar (Linux) installer for ease of deployment to other systems[^2^]. You can set encryption, network access, expiration, device control, and more options for your virtual machine[^2^].
Multiple Snapshots: You can take multiple snapshots of your virtual machine and revert to any of them at any time[^2^]. You can also use the AutoProtect feature to take snapshots at regular intervals[^2^].
Multiple Monitor Support: You can use up to 10 monitors with your virtual machine and configure them in various modes[^2^]. You can also use the Unity mode to seamlessly integrate your virtual machine applications with your host desktop[^2^].
USB 2.0 Support: You can connect USB 2.0 devices to your virtual machine and use them at full speed[^2^]. You can also share USB devices between your host and guest systems[^2^].
Drag and Drop: You can drag and drop files and folders between your host and guest systems[^2^]. You can also copy and paste text and images between them[^2^].
Shared Folders: You can share folders between your host and guest systems without network configuration[^2^]. You can also map a drive letter to a shared folder on your host system[^2^].
Sound Support: You can use sound devices on your host system with your virtual machine[^2^]. You can also record sound from your virtual machine using the Sound Recorder application[^2^].
Virtual Networking: You can configure various types of virtual networks for your virtual machine, such as bridged, NAT, host-only, or custom[^2^]. You can also use the Virtual Network Editor to create and modify virtual networks[^2^].
Virtual Machine Cloning: You can clone your virtual machine to create an exact copy or a linked clone that shares the same base disk[^2^]. You can also use the Clone Wizard to customize your clone settings[^2^].
Virtual Machine Importing and Exporting: You can import and export your virtual machines using various formats, such as OVF, VMDK, VMX, or VMware Server[^2^]. You can also use the Importer Wizard to convert physical machines or third-party virtual machines to VMware format[^2^].
Virtual Machine Teams: You can create teams of virtual machines that share common settings and resources[^2^]. You can also use the Team Editor to manage your teams and their properties[^2^].