Internet connection sharing windows 7 to windows server 2003

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Internet Sharing
Microsoft Windows 7
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Windows 7 Networking
Windows Server 2003 Networking
i use win7prof,and server2003 as a vitual pc , win7 is a client of server 2003 , now i have internet connection  in win7 and want to share with server 2003 (VP), how to do that ?

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virtual pc

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Hi,

Just allow them to use your local connection at the virtual pc.

On vmware it is called vmware bride protocol.

this will allow your VP and Win 7 to communicate with one another..

hope that helps

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  • Ashrafali
    i cant get it clearly , could you plz explan how to do the vmware bride protocol.
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  • jinteik
    are you using VMWARE or Microsoft virtual PC? if you are using VMWARE, then go to the network card settings, right click your Local Area Connection and select propertise....then there will be an item called VMWARE Bridge Protocol. Select that and you are done
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