Windows 10 Build 17093 integrates the Core isolation configure in Windows Defender Security Center app. It offers virtualization-based security options like Memory Integrity for preventing attacks from inserting malicious code into high-security processes. For some reason you might would like to use virtual machine, it requires to disable it on your tablet or computer.
How to Disable Core Isolation Memory Integrity in Windows 10 to run VMware
* Type “Windows Defender Security Center” in Start menu or Search box, and select the best matched one from results.
* Click on the Device security category, and click on “Core isolation details” link.
* Under Memory integrity option, move its toggle from On to Off position.
* Click Yes button to confirm the UAC prompt. Then reboot the system to take effect. That’s all and the Memory Integrity feature is turned off completely.
However, my account has the administrator right and I try the method to disable the feature, the UI screen just shows “This setting is managed by your administrator.” To get rid of that, you could make changes it through the registry to disable the Core Isolation Setting.
* Press Win + R from your keyboard, type regedit.exe into Run dialog box, and click OK to open the Registry Editor.
* Expand the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE key in left hand, go to the sub-location below:
and then select the HypervisorEnforcedCodeIntegrity.
* Go to its right side pane, double click on the Enabled, change its value data from 1 to 0, and click OK to save changes.