rooney wrote:I just can change the firewall settings no MAC address in the advanced options.
rooney wrote:I solved the problem by changing some entries in the registry.
MarkCranness wrote:rooney wrote:I solved the problem by changing some entries in the registry.
I haven't installed the host-only networking, so I can't check for sure, but there are some config items in menu:
File > Preferences... > Network > (select adapter) > Edit host-only network (screwdriver icon).
(On Mac it's ... > Options I think, rather than Preferences.)
MarkCranness wrote:Just to be 100% sure (sorry), I'm suggesting:
File > Preferences > Network, and NOT
Settings > Network
Open your registry (start-->run-->regedit) and search for 08xxxxxxxxxx (without hyphen), whereby x stands for your specific MAC address. Somewhere in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\... you will find the MAC entry of the ethernet adapter. Change the MAC address and reboot.
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