VMware Remote Console is a software program that provides Mac users the means to remotely connect to client devices and open virtual machines consoles. To start using it, individuals have to go through a seamless installation process which doesn't last more than two minutes.
The moment you enter the program, you are greeted by a minimalist user interface, with the menu tabs on top and lots of various configurations settings. It has no skin themes, stylish buttons, or minimal graphical customizations.
As we move to its technical capabilities, it must be mentioned that VMware Remote Console supports the transition to universal binary, so it can run on MacBook Pro, Mac Mini with Apple Silicon-based M1 chipset.
It integrates both auto-fit guest and stretch mode on all supported platforms and it supports proxy configuration with VMRC URI.
Moreover, it provides support for graphic hardware acceleration and VNC authentication.
To summarise, VMware Remote Console is a desktop application, for MacOS users, designed to provide a way to remotely connect to client devices.
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