FWIW, I'm running the VM is full screen mode.
If you don’t see your VMWare in Screen Recording.
1.) Then go to settings > System preferences > Security & Privacy > General top left middle of the window > then in the bottom left of the general window tab That’s within the general window at the bottom left section of the gen window click the lock button on click enter the password once unlocked > then go back to screen recording and it should appear for you to check the tick box.
If that doesn’t work you can do this to see if your kext (kernel extension) is installed correctly for VMWare
1.) First launch the Terminal app by going to the top right screen click on the magnifying glass witch is your spotlight search and typing in terminal pressing return on your keyboard.
2.) Then type or paste the following command: kextstat | grep -v com.apple
3.) Press return and a list of all of the 3rd party kernel extensions will populate in the terminal window. Then you can see if you have installed it correctly your VMWare Application/3rd party kernel extension if done correctly should show in screen recording tab in Security & Privacy tab.
I don't understand your suggestion about Security & Privacy > General. What should I tap?
The terminal command doesn't show any 3rd party kernel extensions. I copied two VMs from another system, and I tried creating a brand new VM. It never asked about screen sharing.
I thought perhaps VMware was installed incorrectly. I reinstalled it (deleted old application, emptied trash and ran the installer again) and that didn't make any difference. I also rebooted, and that didn't help either. Is there anything else I can try?
Can you share a few screenshots with everyone?
What hardware are you using your using specs and what version of fusion are you running?
I’ve tried replicating your issue on my hardware running beta 1-5 with no luck replicating you issue.
I ran the kextstat command while a VM was running and got this:
emader@Erics-iMac emader % kextstat | grep -v com.apple
Index Refs Address Size Wired Name (Version) UUID <Linked Against>
182 1 0xffffff7f84723000 0x11000 0x11000 com.vmware.kext.vmci (90.8.2) 9E116534-F8D9-3F50-9542-55BF67EDCB2E <13 6 5 3 1>
183 0 0xffffff7f84734000 0x16000 0x16000 com.vmware.kext.vmnet (1432.85.61) C1766CFF-CD78-37F3-B540-9D4F000BB2D0 <182 6 5 3 1>
184 0 0xffffff7f8474a000 0x13000 0x13000 com.vmware.kext.vmx86 (1432.85.61) B4801DEA-2CB7-3377-86E2-4CFC7F2552B1 <8 6 5 3 1>
185 0 0xffffff7f8475d000 0x7000 0x7000 com.vmware.kext.vmioplug.18.1.2 (18.1.2) A3019F09-7FF5-36C5-A9F5-7EAC1DF20C2A <64 6 5 3 1>
emader@Erics-iMac emader %
I'm running VMware Fusion Version 11.1.1 (14328561) on macOS Catalina Beta 19A526h on a late 2015 27" Retna 5K iMac w/ a 4 core 4 Ghz processor, 32 GB of memory and AMD Radeon R9 M395X 4 GB graphics.
Here are some screenshots:
Argh!!! The last one shows the VMware library window that shows the Windows screen. Sorry for all the confusion.
I tried to do a more thorough uninstall of VMware Fusion following these directions:
After install I did a fresh install of Windows 10 from a DVD image and it never asked for permission for Screen Recording.
I’ll be off work at 5:30. I’ll take a look at what you have uploaded when I’m off two of the screenshots didn’t upload.
Are you installing a .iso file or using a
I'm installing Win10_1903_V1_English_x64.iso
ok thank you for clarifying get back to you in a bit.