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 +====== Zoo en VMware ======
 +> **Product:​** //​[[zoo:​home|Zoo]]//​
 +> **Summary:​** //Discusses Zoo and running it on VMware on OS X//
 +===== Question =====
 +We installed the Zoo on VMware Fusion Pro and Windows on our Mac OS X server. For some reason, it just does not work. From Rhino, we have tried both the automatic detection and specifying the server'​s IP address. Rhino reports, //An unknown exception has occurred. Please contact your system administrator for assistance.//​
 +===== Answer =====
 +Keep in mind that you're not just running Windows, you're running Windows as a virtual machine under OS X. So there will be extra network configuration required to make all this work.
 +If you are not familiar with VMware and networking, this is worth reviewing: [[http://​​selfservice/​microsites/​​language=en_US&​cmd=displayKC&​externalId=1022264|Understanding networking types in VMware Fusion]].
 +Also, you can find more helpful information by searching the web for "Run Web Server on VMware Fusion"​. Keep in mind that the Zoo uses TCP Port 80 just like a web server.
 +Configuration might be very simple or very involved. It depends on what your Mac server is doing and how many other VMware sessions it supports.
 +For example, if your Mac server does not host any web services and only runs a single VMware session, then you only need to configure the session'​s network adapter for //Bridged// mode. This is the simplest way to get the Zoo to work on VMware. ​
 +If you need the network adapter configured for NAT, then you will need to configure VMware for port forwarding.
 +[[http://​​selfservice/​microsites/​​language=en_US&​cmd=displayKC&​externalId=2006955|Configuring a Web server on a virtual machine that uses NAT mode networking]]
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