How do I increase the screen resolution of my macOS VPS?

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Change your Mac display’s resolution

Your display’s resolution determines the size of text and objects on your screen. By default, your Mac automatically uses the best resolution for the display. While it’s best to use the default resolution, you can manually set the resolution to make text and objects appear larger on your screen, or adjust it to make text and objects appear smaller so you have more space on your screen.

Set the resolution for a connected display

In all of our macOS VPS’s we have provided an apple script that when run will automatically set your resolution to 1920 x 1080
It is located in Macintosh HD-> Users->Shared Folder
Alternatively, you can set it manually via Terminal:

Download the darwin ISO file in your VPS and install it : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1o8t36p4GB5hmXHaK_w3HxRbln9Cltlmy/view?usp=sharing

Open Terminal and navigate to the directory: /Library/Application Support/VMware Tools/
Run the command:
/Library/Application\ Support/VMware\ Tools/vmware-resolutionSet 1920 1080 (MAC MOJAVE must disable SIP first)
Note: You may substitute 1920 1080 for your desired resolution.


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