All the new vm that I create is using E1000e adapter and I can't change it in Edit Settgins.
I already tried to change with vm turned off but operations are not saved. How can I change this E1000e adapter to the previous, E1000 or VMXNET3?
I already in Chrome, IE and as administrator account in my Windows workstation. And also with VMware Workstation Pro 15, but nothing happens.
> This VM is attached to a network portgroup that doesn't exist. Edit this VM and attach it to a different network
If that is the reason you think you need to change anything then you need to adjust the parameter
Not the parameter
which appears to be what you are trying now.
Because it is, there is no option in this field.
And the error I get when creating a new vm is just about the network.
See, I tried to create a new vm, the network comes with no configuration and when I try to add, it shows this error.
Cause: TypeError: Cannot read property 'value' of undefined
Browser: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/72.0.3626.119 Safari/537.36
TypeError: Cannot read property 'value' of undefined
at n.$scope.addNetwork (https://10.10.1.10/ui/scripts/main.js:373:1358)
at onClick (https://10.10.1.10/ui/scripts/main.js:370:3761)
at n.scope.clickAction (https://10.10.1.10/ui/scripts/main.js:461:24391)
at n.$eval (https://10.10.1.10/ui/scripts/main.js:320:17497)
at n.$apply (https://10.10.1.10/ui/scripts/main.js:320:17723)
at HTMLAnchorElement.<anonymous> (https://10.10.1.10/ui/scripts/main.js:430:14501)
at HTMLAnchorElement.dispatch (https://10.10.1.10/ui/scripts/main.js:317:14464)
at HTMLAnchorElement.r.handle (https://10.10.1.10/ui/scripts/main.js:317:11251)
The weird thing is that the 10 old vms before the expiration of the full license are running with the disconnected VM Network status. I changed the license for free, already.
It looks like something went wrong here with the configuration, tht needs to be fixed.
The port group named "VM Network", which by default is a virtual machine port group, shows up as a VMkernel port group!? I wonder how the other port groups' details look like!?
What you may try to do at this point is to create a new "Virtual Machine" port group with a name like e.g. "LAN" to see whether you can use this for the VMs.