Frequently Asked Questions
The Vagrant VMware utility expects VMware Fusion to be installed in a specific path on macOS. Since the VMware Fusion Tech Preview installs into a different path, the Vagrant VMware utility will fail to detect the installation and will not start. To resolve this you can create a symlink from the VMware Fusion Tech Preview installation path to the normal VMware Fusion installation path:
sudo ln -s /Applications/VMware\ Fusion\ Tech\ Preview.app /Applications/VMware\ Fusion.app
You can update the Vagrant VMware plugin to the latest version by re-running the install command:
$ vagrant plugin install vagrant-vmware-desktop
To upgrade the Vagrant VMware utility, download the latest version from the Vagrant VMware utility downloads page and install the system package to your local system.
No, the Vagrant VMware plugin has been open sourced under the MPL. A license is no longer required for using the Vagrant VMware plugin. If the plugin you are using still requires a license, simply upgrade your plugin:
$ vagrant plugin update vagrant-vmware-desktop