So, I'm running Windows 10, 64x tech preview. VMware workstation (latest greatest build (10.0.3) installs and it works just fine.
I always link a VMnet to a dedicated physical NIC. (bridge), however, even though I'm able to configure it, it simply doesn't work. The VMnet works fine internally on workstation, but not a single packet seems to be able to transfer to the host.
No firewall running, the VMware bridge drive is installed properly. When I create a host adapter for a virtual network and bridge it with the physical one it works, too. But a direct bridge doesn't work.
Can anyone running Windows 10 64x tech preview confirm this? It's quite simple configured as below.
you can try with a system refresh: Start->PC Settings->Update and Recovery->Recovery and then choose to recovery your system. I tried this to recover from a problem on build 9860: sincerely I don't tried it from 9879 to 9860 so I don't know if it is work properly, i.e., I don't know if it stop the recover to 9860 or it recover until the build 9841.
Let us know if you resolved.
I can confirm: I just completely wiped my laptop, installed Windows 10 TP 9841. Workstation 11 works, without Networking or BSOD/Crash problems
However, I intended to just perform the single update (Slow) to 9860, but it went immediately to 9879.
In that version, Windows just hangs when shutting down (Power Off/Shut Down) or restoring snapshots (potentially even corrupting the VMX!).
So, until the Customer Release in January I decided to return to Win 8.1
only to confirm that the update from build 9841 to 9860 doesn't work and so it jumps directly to the 9879; I tried it last week and have no problem to update to build 9860, maybe Microsoft has decided that insiders must test more intensive the last build.
I've also seen that the refresh from 9879 doesn't work, maybe beacuse there is no more build 9860.
workstation 10/11 bridge problem on windows 10 TP: VMware talked to Microsoft and they confirmed they 'will' fix it. But
tested on latest windows 10 TP 9883, the bridge problem still there. No fix from Microsoft.
www23456 , please check that again....
Workstation 11 works fine, even bridge mode, in Win10 any build (tested 4 builds) even 9888..... BUT ... freezes Windows on Suspend or Power Off the VM.... only way to avoid this is kill VMWare in Task Manager....
I'm running Window 10 Pro Technical Preview Build 9926 with updates installed today. I have VMware Workstation 11 running with a Win7 guest OS. I can't connect using NAT or Bridge to the host machine network. Tried all suggestions in this thread, no luck. If anyone came across updated information, would appreciate passing it along. Thanks.
Hi, I tried nested virtualisation today:
Win8.1x64 with Workstation 11 with Win10 b9926 with Player 7 with Debian 7 and the network inside the Debian works when using NAT.
Trying Bridged now ...
However something strange is happening inside my Win10TP, some letters are not quit correct ... (see attachment).
Still no luck here, using build 9226.
NAT always works but bridging does not
Restoring default does not work and even manually setting the Bridge to one of my network adapters does not help.
I do see that the bridge installed correctly on my native adapters.
Running VMware Workstation as Administrator does not help either.
This is happening to me too. Nat is working but Bridged is not. I spent several hours making every kind of configuration change that was posted here. Still no luck, and back to 8.1 until a fix is in place.
I wish I would have found this topic several days ago.
same here, bridged not working:
- windows 10 9926
- vmware 11 (build 2305329)
things i've tried:
- repair install
- linux and windows guest
- reset network config