01-16-2018 06:07 PM
I have created a image (VMX) of my Lenovo T440p using the tool "VMware vCenter Converter Standalone Client" version 6.2.0 build-7348398.
On my Mac Mini running macOS High Sierra version 10.13.2 I have installed VMware Fusion version 10.1.1 (7520154).
I can install the virtual machine using the image created and the machine is booting fine. However, when I try to login, the system seems to not get the "Ctrl-Alt-Delete" combination with the result that it is not possible to login. I have tried all different options incl. "Ease of Access" from the Windows Login Menu and the "Send Ctrl-Alt-Delete to virtual machine" function of VMware Fusion.
It seems like I am not the only one having this problem sind the internet is full of comments going in this direction (e.g. https://communities.vmware.com/thread/487963).
The solution for this problem seems to be to uninstall or deactivate the "Lenovo Keyboard Driver". However, if I look at the settings and the drivers installed on my lapop, it seems that there are only Windows native drivers installed. I cannot see any other drivers which are directly related to the keyboard. I have installed all recommended drivers from the Lenovo System Update Tool though.
Has anybody here faced the same issue and found a solution for it ?