In this article, we will examine the steps to create a new virtual machine for macOS High Sierra installation using VMware Workstation 14/15.
How to Create Virtual Machine for macOS High Sierra in VMware Workstation 14/15
Under normal circumstances, you will get an error if you try to install a macOS operating system using the VMware Workstation virtualization program. The reason for this is that VMware Workstation does not support macOS systems.
In this article, we will prepare a virtual machine for installing macOS operating systems on VMware Workstation 14 Pro.
How to Create New Virtual Machine to Install macOS High Sierra on VMware Workstation 14/15
You can not see macOS support while creating a VM on VM Workstation for macOS High Sierra or other systems. So we’ll break it using VMware Unlocker 2.1.1.
To create a virtual machine for macOS, follow the steps below.
If you try to create a VM without using VM Unlocker, you will not see the macOS option as in the following image.
Download VM Unlocker by clicking on the button at the bottom of the article and shut down VMware Workstation first and then run win-install.cmd as administrator.
Wait until VMware Unlocker stops and restarts the VM Workstation service.
Open VM Workstation 14/15 and click Create a new virtual machine to create a new virtual machine for Apple Mac OS X. In the virtual machine creation window, select Custom (advanced) and click on the Next button.