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  1. I'm running ESXi 5.1u3 with Unlocker 1.2 with OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 as a guest OS. On the guest OS I get this message flooding my log, with ten or so entries every second. 10/29/15 7:23:38.019 PM WindowServer[114]: _CGXGLDisplayContextForDisplayDevice: No matching context for device (0x7fec83e062c0) - disabling OpenGL When running the version of VMWare tools that comes with Unlocker 1.2 the errors only occur when I remote into the machine with Apple Remote Desktop — viewing the console via vSphere causes no errors. When running VMWare Tools that come with Fusion 7.1.1 the errors occur constantly, independent of how I view the screen. Here's a video of the console scroll — For now I'm going to downgrade VMWare tools so the scroll doesn't get out of control. I also get this error as well, though it's an annoyance more than anything — 10/29/15 7:41:16.064 PM apsd[79]: Hardware SerialNumber "VMWVk0d1gYjPF8NGAXKkxNCOA" looks incorrect or invalid Any thoughts on how to deal with this? Update — I checked some OSX Mountain Lion [10.8] host machines and this error does not occur.