What exactly do you want to do?
Have you updated VMTools?
Please explain your current network configuration, and from where you start the converter (which I assume you are using).
The "169.254.x.x" is an APIPA (automatic private IP addressing) address, which gets assigned to systems which are configured for DHCP, but do not get a DHCP lease/address.
So first, converting a physical machine almost always results in a bloated, buggy, unstable VM. Since most still require the purchase of a legal, retail windows license (OEM can't be virtualized), it's better to build one from scratch.
If you still want to convert it, using the standalone VMWare VCenter Converter has much better luck than over a network.
Hi Loizou56 ,
Please put your windows 10 PC and your MacBook pro in the same LAN, and retry the process. Then your PC and Mac could communicate to each other and so does VMware Agent and Fusion. Hope that could help.