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Use the options on this panel to change basic information about the virtual machine.
To change the name of a virtual machine:
The name of the virtual machine appears in the virtual machine list next to the virtual machine display and on the tab for that machine in the virtual machine display.
To change the guest operating system type:
When you change the operating system type using the Version list, the setting for the guest operating system type in the virtual machine's configuration file is changed. It does not actually change the guest operating system itself.
When you set the guest operating system type while creating a new virtual machine (for example, through the New Virtual Machine Wizard), Workstation chooses configuration defaults based on the guest type. However, changing the guest type on this panel simply changes the guest type setting in the configuration file.
You might change the guest operating system, for example, if you are upgrading the guest operating system installed in the virtual machine.
The working directory is where Workstation stores suspended state (.vmss), snapshot (.vmsn) and redo log files. By default, this directory is the same as where the virtual machine files are stored.
To change the working directory for a particular virtual machine:
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