LANDesk Management Suite 9.5 Provisioning now supports UEFI.
VMWare Workstation 8, 9, and 10 support booting to a UEFI environment.
What you need to do to enable UEFI in your VMWare machine?
- Create a new virtual machine
- Open the .VMX file of your virtual machine in Notepad (or similar) and add the following line to it:
- Save the .VMX file.
In addition, order to be able to select network boot, it is advisable to add a boot delay to the startup of the virtual machine.
This can be done by adding the line "bios.bootdelay = 5000" (time is in milliseconds)
Note: As an alternative to VMWare Workstation, you can also use VirtualBox, which is an open source virtualizer: https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/VirtualBox