Create a Host-Only Network in VirtualBox for Windows Server


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Setting up a host-only network in VirtualBox

Now we've created a main controller. We want to go ahead and link another computer to that domain controller. You'll notice I have two virtual machines now. The second one is a new server that I configured using the exact same process we previously went over. In order to connect multiple computers inside a virtual environment, I am going to have to make some changes to the virtual environment. That you'll also have to do on your end if you choose to follow me in VirtualBox. One of the first things we need to do is we need to change how VirtualBox handles network cards.

The first step to this is going up to the File menu, click that, and then go down to Preferences. Once in the Settings box we need to go down to the Network Option. VirtualBox has a number of different options for networks. What we are interested in right now are the host-only networks. So go ahead and click the Host-only tab. You will notice that this box is empty. This box is empty because we need to add a host network. We a...

Setting up a host-only network in VirtualBox
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Setting up a host-only network in VirtualBox provides you with in-depth training on IT. Taught by Timothy Pintello as part of the Basic Installation and Configuration of Windows Server 2012

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