I recently successfully installed Windows 8 on my computer. After months and months of tireless research I finally found the root of the problem. I right clicked my wireless internet and went to network and sharing center. Below it shows a bench that said Unidentified network, and it had my VMware Network Adapter listed. I didnt understand why my internet would not work if it said it was on, but then i saw No Internet access. So the only thing i couldnt think of was my computer didn't trust VMWare to share internet with my Windows 8 Consumer Preview OS. I then clicked on VMware Network Adapter and selected the diagnose button. Windows Network Diagnostics popped up and said the following.
Windows Network Diagnostics
Issues found DHCP is not enabled for "VMware Network Adapter VMnet"
DHCP is not enabled for "VMware Network Adapter VMnet"
Automatically update your network settings Completed
Issues found Detection details
DHCP is not enabled for "VMware Network Adapter VMnet"Detected
I then thought, hey. I could just enable DHCP and i'd be in business. But of course i run into another problem, how do i enable DHCP? So I searched and didn't find an answer. I attempted to get my computer to fix the problem itsself but it would not fix it. Can anyone please tell me how to get this problem fixed so my VMware internet will work?