Continued from Part 1
Within the Virtual Machine Assistant Window, select "Continue" if you are using a disc. Select "Continue without disc" if you are using an .iso file. The next screen will ask you to verify the format type of your installation. So, if you are using a disc, select it from the drop down menu. If you are using an .iso file, navigate to its location on your mac and hit "Choose". Click continue.
The next screen will ask you to identify the operating system that you are installing. From the first drop down menu, select the operating system manufacturer. Ex: Microsoft, Apple, Linux, etc. From the second drop down menu, select the operating system version. Ex: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows XP, Ubuntu. Click continue.
The third screen allows you to create your login and password for the virtual machine. Type in a display name and password. There will be a spot that you can enter your product key if you are installing Windows. It is recommended that you do enter it now, although it is optional. If you choose not to enter it at this time, you may be asked to enter it again later in the installation. Click continue.
The fourth screen will give you two options: install seamless or install isolated. Choose seamless if you want the ability to sync and share documents between your Mac and VMware. Choose isolated if you don't need this option. Click continue.
The final screen will give you some certain options that you should pay attention to.