I am facing same problem any ausuggestio for this
I assume that you already followed the link and followed the steps.
One additional thing to check is whether Core Memory Isolation "Memory integrity"is turned on.
Go to Windows Security -> Device Security -> Core Isolation -> Core isolation details
Make sure that "Memory integrity" is turned off.
Ok, but how to find this settings?
I'm lost - Windows Security is possible to find, but nowhere Core Isolation also details and Memory Integrity...
Thank you for help.
I think it used to be called Windows Defender Security Center. With Windows 10 1809, it looks like it is just called Windows Security.
You should see the shield (hopefully with a green check) at the System Notification area. You double-click that shield icon and get to the Core isolation settings.
You can look at this link
I also pasted screenshots below.
The icon in the notification area.
The settings itself.
Yes, I found it.
But found disabled.
I tried to enable and disable again - Windows reports: Your device is not compatible, Core isolation cannot work!
BUT - at device security is message:
Virtualization based security is running to prevent base device components (last word I'm not sure if is translated to English correctly).
I visited GPEDIT and Virtualization Based Security is disabled.
Where is now problem?
So, is it not possible to get VMware to work?
Before making any change, was the Memory Integrity "On" or "Off"? If the Windows 10 host belongs to a corporate network with domain policies, you may want to check with the Domain Admin(s) if these are being enforced at the domain GPO level.
If you are running an Insider build with Windows Sandbox enabled, take a look at this thread.
1. Core isolation was turned off.
2. No part of corporate network or Insider buid
So, why problem belongs?