Please open the "Virtual Network Editor" in elevated mode (Run as Administrator), and check the settings for the Bridged network.
How is "Bridged to" set, and which physical network adapters are selected to be used for the bridged network?
Does it work when you select the wireless adapter, rather then using "Automatic"?
I have done this. The wired and wireless adapters are selected for VMnet0:
These are the settings for VMNet0:
These would seem to indicate that both the wired and wireless networks should be available to VMware.
However, this is what I see in a guest Windows 10 session set to bridged networking:
So what you've described is how it's supposed to work, but it's not what we're seeing on our systems.
Any other suggestions?
I've also tried this:
- Remove the wireless adapter from the automatic settings of VMnet0
- Create VMnet2, bridged only to the wireless adapter
- Set the VM to use bridged networking bridged to VMnet2.
I get the same response - "unidentified network, No internet" in the guest.
From talking to VMware tech support, as well as a quick experiment on my end, it appears that the problem may be with how my company's wireless network is configured, not with the VMware Workstation Pro product.