Recently, I had a issue with my D365 VM Network. The internet connection from my laptop, is not passed to the VM. The network adapter has configured correctly. Then I got the below steps to solve the problem.
- Launch Hyper-V Manager from your App Menu
- In the Actions area in right-hand navigation, click “Virtual Switch Manager”
- When the Virtual Switch Manager window opens, select “New virtual network switch” on the left, select “Internal” on the right, and then click the “Create Virtual Switch” button
- Give the new switch a name like “Virtual WLAN” [user specified] and click “OK”
- In Windows 8 sys tray, right-click on the wireless icon and click on “Open Network and Sharing Center.” You will see the new Unidentified Network connected to the vEthernet (Virtual WLAN) [user specified] adapter.
- Back in Hyper-V Manager, select your VM (make sure it is turned off) and on the lower left side, click “Settings”
- The Settings window will default to Add New Hardware, select “Legacy Network Adapter” and click “Add”
- In the Legacy Adapter details, select the “Virtual WLAN” [user specified] adapter we configured earlier and click “OK”
- Go back to Windows ’s Network and Sharing Center and click on the “Wi-Fi”/ “Ethernet”[LAN] link (or the name of your laptop’s wireless/LAN adapter) listed in the Connections In the adapter status window, click “Properties”
- In the Properties window, click the Sharing tab, check the “Allow other network users…” box, select “vEthernet (Virtual WLAN)” (or the name of your wireless/LAN adapter), and click “OK” to close the window
- Click Close to exit the Wi-Fi/LAN status window
Then restart the VM, now it got connected with your Host network.
// Vasanth Arivali