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Are you starting this PowerShell console as Administrator or as your current user? If you are running it from a non-elevated command prompt, then it should see all your locally mapped network drives. I'm in the same situation as you right now and have x: mapped to \\vmware-host\[folder], and a Get-PSDrive -PSProvider FileSystem shows me all my locally ...
You need to make the drive mapping available to the user you're running Powershell as. You can do the following to give that user the same drive mapping: net use Z: "\\vmware-host\Shared Folders" See the following SO question: Cannot access network drive in PowerShell running as administrator
The basic definition of a client hypervisor is a hypervisor that is designed for use on a client machine (desktop, laptop, etc.), rather than a server. Some popular examples would be VMware Workstation, VirtualBox and VirtualPC (Microsoft). They're not intended to be used for production systems, and don't have the same feature sets as full hypervisors that ...
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