How to resolve VMware Device / Credential Guard Error in Windows 10?

When you want to run VMware on Windows 10, you may get the “Device / Credential Guard” error as in the image below.

To do this, follow the steps below to troubleshoot the error and ensure that VMware is running properly.

VMware on windows Server
VMware on windows Server

Let’s first examine the content of the error we received.

“VMware Workstation and Device / Credential Protection are not compatible. VMware Workstation can be run after you disable Device / Credential Protection. ”

Step 1: Disable Device and Identity Protection from Group Policy settings.

Press the Windows + R keys to open the Run screen. By typing ped “gpedit.msc”  ok, we click all.

Step 2: At this stage, we share the screenshot of the operations to be performed. We follow the steps below to disable the relevant policy.

Local group policy editor
Local group policy editor

Step 3: Add and remove programs by entering the Windows Features by opening the screen opened the Hyper-V role, let’s say okay.

Programs and Feature
Programs and Feature

Step 4: Right-click the command client application that appears by typing d cmd ına in the Windows search field and runs the following code on the command screen.

Step 4: Run the following code from the command line.

After restarting your computer, you can run the VM.

I hope it has been a useful article.