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Oracle VM VirtualBox - network question

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Hello,

I installed a Oracle VM VirtualBox, where I attached the images from my old SBS server in case I need it. How I need to connect a workstation to that Virtual machine. Network adapter is enabled and attached to NAT. How do I get the virtual machine online and visible on the network in the same subnet, so I can connect a workstation to it.

Thank you,
Daniel
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