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How can I make my test Sharepoint 2013 VM running on my laptop viewable to a colleague on a different computer?

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I have a test VM running SharePoint 2013. It has an IP address of course but at the moment the server was left at the install "WORKGROUP" workgroup.  I think the IP address is not static.
How can I share the VM to be viewed with a colleague in the same network?

Thanks in advance.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 400 total points
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Firstly, your IP Address will need to be in the same subnet as the College Network.

You may want to discuss with the Network Administrators, or Computer Server Manager, if they will allow you to connect your Server to the Network.

Also, it might have to be part of the domain to function.
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Use server name and port 80 for the website
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