You can enable Microsoft virtualization-based security (VBS) on supported Windows guest operating systems.
|Option||Required Setting||Fusion Settings Page|
|Firmware type||UEFI||Advanced Settings|
|Enable UEFI Secure Boot||Enabled||Advanced Settings|
|Enable hypervisor applications in this virtual machine||Enabled||Processors & Memory|
|Enable IOMMU in this virtual machine||Enabled||Processors & Memory|
- Create a virtual machine that uses hardware version 14 or later and one of the following supported guest operating systems.
- Windows 10 Enterprise, 64-bit
- Windows Server 2016
- To use Windows 2016 as the guest operating system, apply all Microsoft updates to the guest. VBS might not function in a Windows 2016 guest without the most current updates.
- Select .
- Select a virtual machine in the Virtual Machine Library window and click Settings.
- Under Other in the Settings window, click Advanced.
- Select Enable VBS.
What to do next
For VBS to run in the guest operating system, you must also perform configurations in the guest. See Microsoft documentation related to virtualization-based security.