This is a quick blog post to correct a “legacy blog” I made in January this year..
I haven’t been using any VM’s on my Surface for a long time, since then new Windows 10 builds have arrived. As Thomas Maurer discribes here things have changed.
If you were running the commands in my previous blog and have been using it you have come to the conclusion (I hope sooner as me 🙂 ) that the Nat VSwitch is gone and the VM’s depending on it have no network connection.
You can recreate it as internal VSwitch like this:
New-VMSwitch -Name VSwitch-NAT -SwitchType Internal New-NetIPAddress –IPAddress 10.10.0.1 -PrefixLength -InterfaceAlias "vEthernet (VSwitch-NAT)" New-NetNat –Name NATnetwork –InternalIPInterfaceAddressPrefix 10.10.0.0/24
But you will run in to an issue with the last command.