i did try to do it but i only succeeded to do it on one vm and it took me hours. i tried to do it on fusion but it failed to create the installation medium. i could only create a iso manually in terminal to create the vms. does anyone has a workaround on how to do it? i tried to pass the serial number on the profile in the same way as the tutorial but it didn’t work either.
fusion helps you create and run mac os x software to develop and test across platforms. with vmware fusion, you can run mac os x software natively on your windows or linux pc. you can also access mac os x from a windows or linux pc via vmware fusion. you can use the mac gui, os x server, or the command line with fusion.
hi neil. yes, from time to time it happens. i always take the vm snapshot at the first screen where you select the language. doing so, it seems to give consistent result in the majority of my cases. even when changing prestage assignment. any snapshot taken at a further point in the setup assistant keeps the prestage. however, i have seen it from time to time but in most cases hitting reset vm fixes it. if not i spin up a new vm, which takes 5 minutes via the vfuse script. apart from that, i do see some inconsistencies when using prestage enrolment on a vfuse / esxi vm with catalina. doesnt seem to happen on fusion vms. e.g. skip account creation not being honored.
i also tried to find a solution for this problem but i can not find it. the problem is that the prestage feature does not work on my fusion vm. every time i choose a language before setting up my account it always goes back to english. 3d9ccd7d82