I installed Virtualbox on a windows 2000 host. I set a windows
7 virtual machine. Everyting went fine. I also installed a Remote
PC listening software to remotely manage my VM.
My VM is connected through NAT.
The problem is that I cannot connect to the Remote PC software
when the windows Firewall is activated. When the firewall is
inactive the connection to the remote control software installed
on the VM works perfectly.
I set a rule on my firewall that allows all incoming connections
to this port to the machine.
I've been browsing and it seems that Windows firewall makes
something weird when it's about NAT but I don't see a solution
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