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How do I connect  to the network from xp / vmware on my mac book pro

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How do I connect  to the network from xp / vmware on my mac book pro
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Go to Virtual Machine / Settings.  I do mine as NAT which means it's translating the IP address of the VM interface to the address of the Mac's interface.
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I am running xp virtual machine on a mac book pro and not able to connect to internet  -- I did it as NAT in virtual settings -- but still not able to connect to internet.
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