You can install or upgrade VMware Tools on a macOS virtual machine using an installer assistant.
If you use VMware Fusion or ESXi on a computer with an Apple label, you can create Mac OS X Server (10.5 or later) virtual machines and install VMware Tools.
- Power on the virtual machine.
- Verify that the guest operating system is running.
- Select the menu command to mount and open the VMware Tools virtual disc on the guest operating system.
VMware Product Menu Command vSphere Client Right-click the virtual machine and select Interactive Tools Installation or Interactive Tools Upgradeor and select Fusion
- Open Install VMware Tools on the VMware Tools virtual disc, follow the prompts in the installer assistant, and click OK.
The virtual machine restarts to have VMware Tools take effect.