This issue is now resolve with VMWare 6.5.3 you can download it from vmware website : Vmware workstation 6.5.2 build-156735 can be installed on Microsoft Windows 7 RTM (7600) without any problem. I was able to open all my VM but I had an issue with the network nat translation. All my VM didn't had internet access through the host nat (Windows 7). The procedure remain the same with Windows 7 RC 7100 and the final release, IP range address in use is Here come a short article to help you to go through : 1. Run the Virtual Network Editor as Administrator (Use RunAS or right click and Run as Administrator on vmnetcfg.exe) 2. Goto Host Virtual Adapters and remove all VMNet instances (VMNet1 and VMNet8 typically). 3. Click Apply. 4. Add New and Assign it the new adapter to VMnet1. 5. Click Apply. 6. Select the Host Virtual Networking tab. 7. Click the > next to VMnet1 and change the address and subnet to the ICS network ( / 8. Click Apply. 9. Go to the NAT tab and select VMNet1. 10. Click Edit and change the Gateway to the ICS gateway IP ( 11. Click Apply and restart the NAT service. (Counter-intuitive, I know.) 12. Go to the DHCP tab. 13. Add VMNet1 and remove all others. 14. Click Apply. 15. Select Properties of VMNet1 in DHCP Tab. 16. Enter a Start and End Address for DHCP Scope ( to as an example) 17. Adjust client lease to a few days to avoid potential DHCP client renewal timeouts. 18. Click OK / Click Apply. 19. Select Host Only Networking for every VM that needs NAT out to your host network/internet. 20. Enable ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) on the Windows 7 Host network card that provides connectivity. Select VMNet1 as the network card that needs access. It did the trick with my VM Windows XP SP3 / Windows Server 2008 / Windows Server 2003 Check some screenshot of the Virtual Network Editor : Don't forget to share the internet connexion (last screenshot)

The new Online Plug-in is available for download in beta, this is the version 11.2. I had to install it just to check how it looks like : Setup begin with this light windows to uninstall preivous version. It might take a while Once uninstall is done, the installation begin and this is the end Click on Read more to continue Then the setup is (already) done, nothing very exiting, we cannot see anything or make any choice. Then a popup appear : I authenticate myself to access my favorite Citrix applications. Before watching this new client in full action, here comes all the option you can use :     The new top bar seems to be very handy and very intuitive. I got some issue with Citrix client focus while trying to move from a publish desktop to another through the bar, it simply didn't work for me, I have to try it a bit ater on my new Windows 7 workstation :)

I need to install Citrix Password Manager to rehearse my next Citrix exam 1Y0-327. This video show you how to setup this production with Active Directory integration and private certificate. My previous video about this setup has been replace because I didn't knew the product well enought to make a good and usefull video. Before begining seting up your own Citrix Password Manager, you need to have access to an intergration Active Directory. I show in this video how to setup certificat services and options you need to install on your Windows 2003. Click on Read Full Article to watch the video... [flash medium=9]