I have managed to get the June Win10 ISO (1511.2) installed in a VMWare machine(Upgraded the win8 test machine).
It turns out that Win10 does not like VMWares SCIS drives, So changing them for IDE worked.
Unfortunetly I had to find a generic key as the OS was not activated (I was using it for varius testing purposes: Cloning, Compiling UE4), So I have a Win10 Home in a VM for testing.
Unfortunetly the old VMWare tools for guest OS that I have only gives it D3D9Ex, Going to look into getting the new tools sometime.
It seams I hit a problem with a clean install in a new VM, I did not see a prompt to ask for edition(Home/Pro), So the VM got Home.
"Activating" with a Pro generic key has got done something.
I plan on seeing what happens when I connect the VM to the internet, I should probably get the newest version of Wireshark to see what happens.
And then to try and understand the capture...
It looks a lot more like Win7 (At least of what I know about 7).