Configuring SharePoint Virtual Machine LAN Connections
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by Steven Barden
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As you are aware, in the development of SharePoint solutions you can of course use the main OS to install your products, development tools, etc., or you can use a Virtual Machine. Whenever possible I choose to use a Virtual OS for many reasons. Along with that decision I tend to use Microsoft Virtual PC due to its fabulous price. That said, this article is not a suggestion of how to tune your Virtual OSs. Take a look around the internet and you will find a significant amount of web articles devoted to that topic. This article focuses specifically on issues of connectivity. I choose this sliver of a topic because of the immense impact it can have on your development speed.

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Title: guest   
Name: Andrei
Date: 2010-05-12 1:51:46 PM
Steven, thank you for the great article. I was able to use your steps and configured host and VPC connection back and forth, so the host can access SharePoint VPC thru the browser. But I lost internet connection from VPC then. Could you please give some more details how to fix it. Thanks. Andrei.

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