The files can be on the host machine or on a remote computer. Depending on the size of the virtual disk and the host operating system, VMware Workstation creates one or more files to hold each virtual disk.When you configure a virtual machine with a virtual disk, you can install a new operating system onto the virtual disk without repartitioning a physical disk or rebooting the host. By default, the actual files used by the virtual disk start out small and grow to their maximum size as needed.In some circumstances, you may need to give your virtual machine direct access to a physical hard drive on your host computer using the disk type also referred to as a raw disk.A virtual disk is a file or set of files that appears as a physical disk drive to a guest operating system.The New Virtual Machine Wizard creates a virtual machine with one disk drive.
1.) Change the SIP registration port on Vo IP device to 5060 or 5065.Like a physical computer, a VMware Workstation virtual machine stores its operating system, programs and data files on one or more hard disks.Unlike a physical computer, VMware Workstation gives you options for undoing changes to the virtual machine's hard disk.This section describes the choices you can make in setting up hard disk storage for your virtual machine.In the most common configurations, VMware Workstation creates virtual hard disks, which are made up of files that are typically stored on your host computer's hard disk.