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Comment on VMware Fusion on macOS High Sierra – System Extension Blocked by Wil van Antwerpen

Tue, 19 Dec 2017 01:07:21 +0000

Hello "Argh" as you say that should not be needed. Was this with VMware Fusion 10 or with an earlier version? Earlier versions might require you to -at least temporary- disable kernel extension user consent.



Comment on VMware Fusion on macOS High Sierra – System Extension Blocked by argh

Tue, 19 Dec 2017 00:08:19 +0000

Hi. FYI, none of this worked for me. No matter how many times I reinstalled, moved the application, downgraded to a previous working version, etc, the "Allow" button never turned up in Security & Privacy and I continued to get the "Cannot find a valid peer process to connect to" error. What finally did work was completely disabling the "Kernel Extension User Consent", as suggested by efengle here: https://communities.vmware.com/message/2713548#2713548. 1. Restart Mac. Hold Command+R at the startup chime until you see the Apple logo. This will boot into the Recovery OS 2. Top Menu, Select Utilities -> Terminal 3. In Terminal, check the status Kernel Extension User Consent via “spctl kext-consent status”. The output should say "ENABLED". 4. To Disable, type “spctl kext-consent disable” 5. Close Terminal. Restart. Obviously disabling security features is not the ideal solution, but for now it is the only thing that has worked for me, so I'll take it. Hopefully it can help someone else as well.



Comment on VMX unrestricted guest errors with Workstation 14 or Fusion 10 by VMware Workstation Playerを12から14にアップしたところゲストが起動しない。 – ITメモ(パソコン設定備忘録)

Sun, 05 Nov 2017 06:11:07 +0000

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Comment on VMware Fusion on macOS High Sierra – System Extension Blocked by Patricio

Sat, 28 Oct 2017 03:54:05 +0000

good thats correct. thanks



Comment on VSAN Comes of Age with Version 6.2 by No-one

Wed, 10 Aug 2016 12:09:33 +0000

3000 people is quite a number... Are you kidding me???



Comment on The future of VMware Fusion and VMware Workstation by Keith Miller

Tue, 02 Feb 2016 06:46:51 +0000

Certainly an interesting development. I have used Workstation for many years and will continue to do so, but at some point may be forced to look for other options that may or may not include other VMware offerings. I have considered a true hypervisor solution in the past, but I don't like the idea of putting so much money into a capable server machine without also being able to have a real OS on it and be able to do other things with it. Of course this dilemma is that of the small/home user and I guess that's not where the money is these days.



Comment on VMware Workstation 12 discards unity support for Linux by VMWare i LOVE YA

Thu, 26 Nov 2015 22:07:56 +0000

DUDE, there is NO UNITY SUPPORT FOR VIRTUALBOX !!!! their "version" of unity ONLY makes maximize (maximum window size but not over taskbar) of guest machine and them makes linux desktop surface transparent (in other words set the desktop of linux with the image behind linux), linux bar is still up there, and apps NOT APPEAR IN WINDOWS TASK BAR, so, if you change vbox window then byebye linux ... that's some kind of "look mom, I have the toy" but the "toy" is just a reflection) and afaik parallels only works on mac, so, windows and linux desktop users can't use it I was using this a lot as terminal window and most of all some internet tv app I luuuuv vmware soooo much for this x(



Comment on VMware Workstation 12 discards unity support for Linux by jan4711

Wed, 18 Nov 2015 12:54:52 +0000

I was using it frequently, running Windows guests on my Linux host... :-(



Comment on VMware Workstation 12 discards unity support for Linux by invi77

Thu, 12 Nov 2015 10:00:15 +0000

i didn't use the unity feature frequently, yet i'd like to have that option.



Comment on NSX Packet Walks by NSX Packet Walks – VLAN Bridge » PlanetVM | PlanetVM

Tue, 05 May 2015 10:41:59 +0000

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