So I'm running VirtualBox and have Linux running on there. However, I don't have any Internet access on the virtual machine. I believe this is why: The host machine is Windows XP, and it's configured to use a proxy server. The proxy server demands NT credentials, so the machine has to be logged on to the domain. Since the network adapter on XP and the VirtualBox network adapter are bridged, the network sees the Linux machine as a real computer. I cannot logon to the NT domain with the Linux computer.
Here's what I think I need: A proxy server that can run on Windows XP, and then route all web requests to another proxy server, while at the same time "adding on" the NT domain credentials to the request. Does anyone know if such a thing exists?
I know it would be "dangerous" to run, as anyone who could access my proxy server could "become me" on the domain, but I'd guess I could restrict proxy traffic to only the IP on the Linux machine or just bind the proxy server to the virtual network adapter.