That is to be expected. From an internal network you can only see other
vms. You cannot see machines on the physical network. You need to use a
virtual network linked to a physical NIC in the host to see machines on your
LAN (and your DHCP server).
What do you want the vm to communicate with? If you want it to
communicate with other vms, give them all static IPs in the same IP subnet.
If you want it to communicate with physical machines, link it to a physical
NIC and let it get its IP config from DHCP.
Integration Components are for Hyper-V, not WVPC.
"Dave" <Dave@newsgroup> wrote in message
> I am trying to setup to Virtual PC's one running Win 2008 wich works
> can set a static IP address using the Internal Network. When I install
> 2008 (32 bit) Server Core and set as Internal Network I get the
> address. But if I set the network card to use my wireless I get a DHCP
> address from my wireless router. So I'm thinking I need to install the
> Integration Components for the network adapter, but I cannot get it
> installed. I do not see the Integration Components on the Win 2008 CD and
> only see it listed under the Virtual PC directory which when I install
> rolls back the install.
> Appreciate any help.