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Thread Contributor: BlackCadejoVMWare Authorization Service not Started
To fix this solution i followed: this

1.Click Start and then type Run

2.Type services.msc and click OK

3.Scroll down the list and locate that the VMware Authorization service.

4.Click Start the service, unless the service is showing a status of Started.

From VMWare:

Powering on a virtual machine fails with the error: The VMware Authorization Service is not running (1007131)

This issue occurs when the VMware Authorization service is not running or when the service does not have Administrator rights.

To resolve this issue, start the service and ensure that it does have Administrator rights.

To start the VMware Authorization service or to check whether it is running:

Login to the Windows operating system as Administrator.

Click Start and enter Run. If you are unable to find the Run option, refer to Microsoft article What happened to the Run command?

Note: The preceding link was correct as of September 30, 2015. If you find the link is broken, provide a feedback and a VMware employee will update the link.

Enter services.msc and click OK.

Scroll down the list and locate the VMware Authorization service.

Click Start the service, if the service is already not showing a status of Started.

Note: The VMware Authorization service depends on the Windows Management Instrumentation service. This service must be running as well. If the VMware Authorization service does not start, or starts and then stops, locate and start the Windows Management Instrumentation service.


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