In order to resolve this issue the fastest way you should try these simple steps.
- Shutdown all your guest VMs.
- Shutown VMWare Fusion.
- Open VMWare Fusion and check for updates. Install latest updates if there any available.
- Ensure that you have installed VMWare tools in all the guest withc which you wish to use USB Device sharing.
- Shutdown VMWare Fusion.
- To to Applications and Move to Trash VMWare Fusion.app, Enter password to confirm.
- Open Trash, select VMWare Fusion.app, right-click and select Put Back. Enter password to confirm.
- Open System Preferences… and open Security & Privacy panel.
- Open VMWare Fusion. Look in Security & Privacy General Tab and Allow the application to make changes using the Allow button. Enter your Password when prompted.
- This may require your to reboot your MacOS in order to make the changes.
If you are using VMWare Fusion on your machine and want to have high memory allocation for your machines you will need to add a setting in the VMWare Fusion config file.
These settings are cannot be changed via the GUI.
To make this change you will want to do the following.
Open the config file
sudo nano /Library/Preferences/VMware\ Fusion/config
prefvmx.minVmMemPct = %
Where % is the amount of system memory to allocate to VMWare Fusion.
Acceptable values, any percentage value. i.e.
How to get the 3D gnome to work as expected when using Debian with VMWare Fusion.
Specific steps for wheezy:
sudo apt-get install build-essential dpkg-dev git libxatracker-dev
mkdir tmp && cd tmp
sudo apt-get build-dep xserver-xorg-video-vmware
apt-get source xserver-xorg-video-vmware -b
sudo dpkg -i *deb
cd .. && rm -rf tmp