So to be clear on the environment...
Two real PCs, one a Multiplicity (MP) Primary, the 2nd an MP Secondary.
The Secondary has VM instances running on it. No 'lag' when using the actual real Secondary PC, only when interacting with the VM window running on it.
Is that an accurate description of the issue?
When I try to access the VMs (guest machines) on the secondary, VMWare goes not responding or is otherwise inaccessible for a variable period of time. As soon as I unload Multiplicity on the secondary, the VMs are immediately accessible.
If you do the same, tetonbob:
My initial assessment may have been off. The issue is NOT resolved by turning off clipboard sharing.
If you disable clipboard sharing, is there any change?
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