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Running parallels on a new MAC Book not connected to any network. I have 2 Server 2012 machines and a Windows XP client.

I've created a domain with the 2 servers and joined the XP to the domain without any issue.

However, when look at the IP info for the XP I see a 10.211.55.... address. My test domain is 192.168.10...

DHCP is on, I've released and renewed the IP, even deleted the network card and reinstalled it, rebooted yet I still get the 10 network. So where is this address coming from?
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by:Peter Loobuyck
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you set the virtual machine to shared networking. This means that you have a virtual router within parallels. You want your machine to be in your own range? Set the network settings to bridged. You''ll have the 192.168.10.x ip on windows.
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Re Peter's comment, see this Parallels KB: http://kb.parallels.com/en/4948
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by:xmouser
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Bridged is grayed out.
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The 192 was made up as I'm not connecting to the Internet and have WiFi off. All the other machines (Win Servers) have shared and are fine.

I put a manual IP in but I'd like to use DHCP for the lab.
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Re "Bridge is grayed out" see:  http://forum.parallels.com/showthread.php?106935-Bridged-Networking-grayed-out
 
where it says

"The thing is that grayed-out 'Bridged Networking' serves just as a separator between "Shared/HostOnly" and "Default/Ethernet1/etc". All items below this grayed out string are bridged."

I presume the 10. address is coming from the Mac via Nat if you are not bridging.
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