Use the Enhanced Virtual Keyboard Feature in a Virtual Machine

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This feature also improves security because it processes raw keyboard input as soon as possible and bypasses Windows keystroke processing and any malware that is not already at a lower layer. Note that this features is available only on host systems running Windows. Here is how you can configure the Enhanced virtual keyboard feature in VMware Player: Go to the Options tab and select General. From the Enhanced virtual keyboard drop-down menu, select one of these three options: CCNA online course VMware ESXi online course Linux online course Nmap online course Apache online course Splunk online course Raspberry Pi online course MySQL online course VMware Player online course Oracle VirtualBox online course Python online course SQL online course.

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Off — do not use the Enhanced virtual keyboard feature. Use if available recommended — use the Enhanced virtual keyboard feature, but only if the enhanced virtual keyboard driver is installed on the host system.

VMWare Host Keyboard Driver interferes with the keyboard.

Required — the virtual machine must use the Enhanced the virtual keyboard feature. If the enhanced keyboard driver is not installed on the host system, VMware Player returns an error message. Virtual SMP Symmetric Multi-Processing Virtual networking components. VMware Player Course Introduction VMware Player overview System requirements for VMware Player VMware Player download Install VMware Player on Windows Install VMware Player on Linux Create virtual machines What is a virtual machine?

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