All wireless VMware clients are receiving the standard IP address for their physical wireless adapter, but they have to assign a static IP address to their virtual VM adapter in order for both operating systems to function properly. The wireless infrastructure is Cisco 4404's at version 22.214.171.124.
The VMware virtual adapter receives a DHCP assigned IP address and another DHCP assigned IP address for the physical wireless adapter when the client works from home using a Linksys Wireless Router.
This is a known issue (CSCsi90344). The controller will only provide services, including DHCP, for mac addresses that have authenticated. Since the VM mac address hasn't been authenticated the controller doesn't all its traffic to pass. There does appear to be some changes in futur codes that will allow this type of setup to work.
Kamil - I have a similar problem trying to use a wet200 wireless bridge with 5500 controllers. Running AIR-LAP1142N-A-K9 AP's. Do you think upgrading the controllers to 7.0.98 and using passive mode client will allow multiple clients connected to wet200 the ability to authenticate and function?