Firewall is turned off on "my computer" 0 Anaheim OP Samui Mar 5, 2013 at 6:40 UTC When you say your mouse and keyboard did not work, can About Advertising Privacy Terms Help Sitemap × Join millions of IT pros like you Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Connect with Or Sign up Check Hide cursor on ungrab so that the cursor is no longer visible in the virtual machine display after input is transferred back to the host. Creating your account only takes a few minutes. http://stickersweb.com/not-working/vnc-server-mouse-not-working.php
If this does not work, then try other special keys including the Windows key, Esc and Caps Lock. Use the standard methods of copying and pasting in the host and in the guest applications (for example, Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V). Incapsula incident ID: 515000140038565541-67373773321601251 Request unsuccessful. Note: If you select Grab keyboard and mouse input on key press, you cannot use the normal application and system accelerator key sequences when the virtual machine display is active. https://kb.vmware.com/kb/1008443
Failing that, make sure that ports 902 and 903 are not being blocked between your Windows machine and the ESXi host. 1 Chipotle OP Thegillion Mar 5, 2013 Check Grab when cursor enters window if you want VMware Server to grab the keyboard and mouse input whenever your cursor enters the virtual machine display. Run xmodmap -- km -- kp and submit a support request at www.vmware.com/ requestsupport that includes the output. For example, the left Ctrl key could be mapped to Caps Lock or an Alt key is generating special keystrokes.
After pressing Ctrl-Alt to release the mouse and keyboard, the keyboard does not function properly within the host operating system. Enabling Copy and Paste To and From the Virtual Machine Note: VMware Tools must be running in the guest operating system to copy and paste between the host and guest. To change the way VMware Server releases input back to the host and change the way your cursor behaves: Check Ungrab when cursor leaves window if you want to return input Vmware Fusion Keyboard Not Working On Mac Issues When Grabbing and Ungrabbing Input When working with grab and ungrab, you may encounter the situations described in the following table.
Home keyboard and mouse input not working on vSphere by Thegillion on Mar 5, 2013 at 4:54 UTC | VMware 0Spice Down Next: VMware KB Article Links TECHNOLOGY IN THIS DISCUSSION Vmware Workstation Mouse Offset You can change the following using the preferences editor: How VMware Server Starts Grabbing Input How VMware Server Releases Input Back to the Host and How Your Cursor Behaves Enabling Copy Failing that, make sure that ports 902 and 903 are not being blocked between your Windows machine and the ESXi host. This causes the host operating system to think that keys are being pressed when they are not.
Sometimes VMware Server causes the host operating system to lose keyboard events. You can check here : (http://blogs.vmware.com/guestosguide/guest-os/linux) or here (http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/compatibility-guide/guest-os-customization-metrics.pdf).%C2%A0; Also, check and make sure the Operating System version matches the version of Linux you are trying to install. (see attached pic)Vmware Mouse Not Working In Console Check Grab keyboard and mouse input on key press if you want VMware Server to grab the keyboard and mouse input on the first keystroke in the virtual machine display. Vmware Mouse Disappears Help Desk » Inventory » Monitor » Community »
Email Reset Password Cancel Need to recover your Spiceworks IT Desktop password? navigate here VMware Server uses Ctrl-Alt to release the mouse and keyboard. Incapsula incident ID: 515000140038565541-163399947750932714 Request unsuccessful. The first keystroke is sent to the virtual machine. The Vmware Keyboard Driver Is Not Installed On The Host
So now i am lost has anyone else had this error? My computer Windows 7 pro 64-bit stock dell keyboard and mouse ESXi host Dell PowerEdge 2950 Dual Xeon Quad-Core Incapsula incident ID: 515000140038565541-163399900506292458 Request unsuccessful. The first click in the display is not sent to the virtual machine. Check This Out Were you seeing an error about MKS?
Join Now So I just got my new server in at work and right away I installed ESXi 5.1 on it and downloaded vSphere to my computer. Vmware Workstation Mouse Click Not Working It could be that the modifier keys are mapped under X (in Linux) in unexpected ways. Incapsula incident ID: 515000140038565541-146527933232775401 Contents Configuring the Virtual Machine to Grab Keyboard and Mouse Input Select: Edit > Preferences > Input To direct input to the virtual machine, VMware Server grabs
Request unsuccessful. Ctrl-Alt releases input from the virtual machine and returns it to window mode. Some laptops use this same key combination to suspend the host machine. http://stickersweb.com/not-working/vmware-server-bridged-not-working.php How VMware Server Releases Input Back to the Host and How Your Cursor Behaves Note: The following settings can only take effect when VMware Tools is running in the guest operating
Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? Setup a Linux VM and went to install and saw that my mouse and keyboard didnt work inside the console window. By default Ctrl-Alt-Enter sends input to the virtual machine and places it in full-screen mode. All rights reserved.
Okay I havent got it to install any OS yet so I cant install VM tools on the VM 0 Cayenne OP stefuk Mar 5, 2013 at 5:12 VMware Server recognizes both sets of Ctrl and Alt keys, while laptops usually only recognize left-hand keys for the suspend function. Incapsula incident ID: 515000140038565541-128087766025306344 Request unsuccessful. Check Enable copy and paste to and from virtual machine to enable copying and pasting text between applications on the host and guest.
etc? For generic troubleshooting, I'd say check and make sure that the version of linux you are trying to install, is a version that is supported by ESXi 5.1. In these cases, try using Ctrl and Alt on the right- hand side of the keyboard.