By default, the vctl utility stores all its data in the .vctl folder under the home folder of your user account.

Perform the following to clean up the environment data:


  1. Run the vctl system stop -f command to stop all running containers and stop container runtime.
  2. Run the vctl system info command to check if container runtime has stopped. Make a note of the Host network value and DMG file value from the command output.
    If the dmg file is not in the <Home_Folder_of_Your_Account>/.vctl folder, remove the dmg file.
  3. Remove the <Home_Folder_of_Your_Account>/.vctl folder.
  4. Start the Fusion application, select VMware Fusion > Preferences > Network. Remove the virtual network that you recorded in step 2.