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  • VMware converter to my new Mac Pro

    I trying to find out how I can create a network share for VMware converter to my new Mac Pro. Any idea what the required syntax might be?

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    Re: Hello, Hi, Welcome, Introduction - Newcomers - post HERE

    amanitaphil, please observe that quesitons such as yours should be posted to the appropriate forum. A moderator will likely move this shortly.
    Gareth Howells

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      Re: Hello, Hi, Welcome, Introduction - Newcomers - post HERE

      Moved and user PM'ed
      Where are you looking for? Vmware Fusion or what?
      Marcel
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