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There are at least 2 ways: - simplest way is to use VMware tools for sharing. For this option, you need in install VMware tools - as suggested by message in you screenshot. There is a menu for this in VM window once your start it. an alternative is to create a share in Windows7 side, and connect it as network drive from VM side.
Launch Hyper-V Manager from your App Menu In the Actions area in right-hand navigation, click “Virtual Switch Manager” When the Virtual Switch Manager window opens, select “New virtual network switch” on the left, select “Internal” on the right, and then click the “Create Virtual Switch” button Give the new switch a name like “Virtual WLAN” and click “OK” ...
It's not possible to install Hyper-V in azure VMs, because as you may have been noticed, those VMs are already hosted on Hyper-V. Therefore, may you please describe how you would use the hypervisor in your azure VM and maybe we may si if you really need to do so, maybe you should consider an alternative and I would suggest you VMware or VirtualBox.
What set the IP of the eth0 interface on the guest? It doesn't look right; the IP's should both be in the same subnet. Try (on the guest, as root): ip addr del 192.168.56.103/24 dev eth0 ip addr add 192.168.50.2/24 dev eth0 That will delete the existing IP address, and add one that is in the same subnet.
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