Redhat Linux 5 settings in VMWARE

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Redhat Linux 5 settings in VMWARE

I have installed Redhat Linux 5 in VMWARE and would need to access through putty form the same desktop or other desktop, Please help me what are the config setting needs to be modified

We could connect through Router (Wifi) or network, also Without network since the server hosted on same system's VMWARE
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