Right-click on the virtual machine and select Power > Power On.
Click on the virtual machine and then click Launch Web Console. You should now see the macOS installer initializing.
If, on the “Install macOS” screen, you only see the DVD image, you will need to select Utilities > Disk Utility from the menu.
- Click Disk Utility in the menu, then click Continue.
- Select VMware Virtual SATA Hard Drive Media under the Internal section.
- Click on Erase in the top menu.
- Leave the default Name, Format, and Scheme in the pop-up. Click Erase at the bottom-right.
- Click Done on the progress bar pop-up once complete.
- Click on the red “X” at the top left of the window to close out of the Disk Utility.
- Click on Install macOS in the macOS Utilities menu. Click Continue.
- Select “Untitled” as the disk where you want to install macOS. Click Install.
When prompted with: How Do You Connect, select Local network (Ethernet).
Select TCP/IP Connection Type "Manually" and enter the following details before Next:
IP Address: choose an IP from the Private-1 range row in your IP Plan (e.g. 10.xxx.xxx.2-254) Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 Router Address: found in the ‘GATEWAY’ column of the ‘Private-1’ row of Appendix A in your IP Plan DNS Servers: 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52 (Google's DNS servers)
Skip Location Services and Apple ID.
Create an Account and note the account details.
Set the time zone to your local time.
You should now be on the desktop with a working Mac virtual machine.
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