I have a newer MacBook Pro running High Sierra and Fusion 10. Using a virtual Windows 7 machine that was upgraded from Fusion 8.
The MacBook Pro has only USB-c ports, but I need to attach an external drive which uses a USB connection. I am not able to get Fusion to see the USB device. I have tried this with a hub, and with a straight USB-C/USB adapter.
Fusion does see my USB-C ubikey, so I know the native port works.
Any suggestion on connectors/adapters that Fusion will be able to see in this scenario?
You said that you were unable to get Fusion to see the USB device, we can understand it in two ways:
1. The USB device is not listed on the VM's USB & Bluetooth Settings
2. The USB device is listed on the VM's USB & Bluetooth Settings, but after you check the checkbox to connect the USB device to the Windows 7 VM, the USB device does not appear inside the Windows 7 OS
Could you clarify which is your problem?
Besides there are some other information that we would like to collect from you:
1. What is the file system format of the USB device? Does it use GPT partition or MBR partition
2. Please reproduce the issue then select Fusion menu "Help" > "Collect Support Information", that will create a support bundle on your Mac desktop which contains a set of logs. Could you please provide the support bundle to us?