Hyper-V Network adapter not connected in Windows 10

Windows 10 Hyper-V Network adapter not connected

Hyper-V is an excellent utility built directly into the Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise editions to allow users to deploy virtual machines and other virtualization objects on their computers. Mostly used by the company, Hyper-V is mainly used to deploy virtual machines on a computer. This makes use of third party software such as VMWare or VirtualBox redundant. One of the disadvantages of activating Hyper-V on a computer is that running third-party emulators, such as Bluestacks, will not work. However, some people report that they can not access the Internet using the created virtual machine. The adapter says "Not connected" in the Control Panel.

Windows 10 Hyper-V network adapter not connected

The only thing you can do to repair the Windows 10 Hyper-V network adapter that is not connected is to reconfigure the virtual machine. To do this:

Open the Hyper-V Manager and select Virtual switch manager from the right menu bar. This will open a new window.

On the right side, under the section of Create a virtual switch, to select Internal then select Apply then click D & #39; AGREEMENT.

Then, in the same menu panel on the right, select Settings under the column of your virtual machine,

To select Add material then in the right pane, select Legacy network card and finally click Add.

Now select Legacy network card from the left navigation pane and set Virtual switch must be the same as the name of your virtual machine. To select D & #39; AGREEMENT.

Open the Network and Sharing Center from the control panel. Select the adapter for your Hyper-V virtual machine. Right click on it and select Properties.

Under the tab of Sharing, check the box that says, Allow other network users to connect through the computer's Internet connection.

To select D & #39; AGREEMENT.

Run your virtual machine again, and your problem would be solved now.

Good luck!

Ayush is a Windows enthusiast since the day he had his first PC with Windows 98SE. He is an active Windows Insider since the first day and is now a Windows Insider MVP. He was testing preliminary services on his Windows 10, Lumia and Android computers.

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