Workstation Player

4.3 out of 5 stars

VMware Workstation Player allows you to run a second, isolated operating system on a single PC. With many uses ranging from a personal educational tool, to a business tool for providing a simplified experience to run a corporate desktop on a BYO device, Workstation Player leverages the VMware vSphere hypervisor to provide a simple yet mature and stable, local virtualization solution.

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Workstation Player Features

Usage Information

Offers visibility into employee device activity

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Allows for integration of support, chat, diagnostic or other IT management tools

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Provides administrators with performance information to

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Session Recording

Provides the ability to record remote access and support sessions

Not enough data available

Session Transfer

Allows remote access and support sessions to be transferred between users

Not enough data available

Unattended Access

Allows administrators access to devices, regardless of end-user's presence

Not enough data available

File Sharing

Allows remote users to share files with other remote users

Not enough data available

Cross-Platform Access

Allows remote usage and access across a range of operating systems and device types

Not enough data available

Mobile Device Access

Allows remote desktop administrators access to connected mobile devices

Not enough data available

Applicatons Management

Centrally manages, configures, and oversees applications on employee devices

Not enough data available

Remote Device Control

Allows administators to take control of a connected endpoint device

Not enough data available

Remote Wipe

Enable the remote locking down and encryption of employee devices

Not enough data available

Device Management

Unifies endpoint management of employee devices

Not enough data available

Device Enrollment

Registers employee-owned or company-distributed devices for IT access

Not enough data available