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No Ethernet/Internet Connection on Parallels 7 Running Snow Leopard Server - Fix?

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May 6, 2013 1:04 PM

I have recently installed Parallels 7 on my 2013 iMac, and have both Snow Leopard Server and Windows 7 running great on the Parallels platform.

 

However, after installing some anti-virus software, "ClamXav" and "MacScan", I need to have the internet connected to my Paralells 7 so I can receive viral updates to both these programs. I am unable to get any ethernet/internet connection on my Paralells 7 running Snow Leopard Server.

 

I have tried to update the Paralells 7 Snow Leopard Server "network Info" (in SL systems preferences" ... as the same ethernet connection info that I have running my "network connection" on my main OS Mountain Lion, but still no ethernet connection in Paralells 7.

 

This is a screen grab of the locations where I believe I am able to update my "ethernet" info for Paralells 7 Snow Leopard:

 

Ethernet Screen Grab - Parallels SLS.jpg

 

Obviously, I've blurred out the current info in these two windows, for security purposes, but exactly what should be applied to these windows to get my "ethernet" connection in Paralells 7 up and running?

 

I would think entering the exact same "network info" as appears in my Mountain Lion "Systems Preferences - Network" window, would get me internet connected on Paralells 7 Snow Leopard? Evidently not ... what is needed for me to get this right?

 

 

Anyone have experience getting "ethernet/internet" connected on Snow Leopard Server, using Paralells 7?

iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2012), OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.3)

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