I just moved over to Fusion from Parallels. I’ve installed Windows 7 64-bit and everything appears fine. However, when I go to switch from NAT to bridged networking I lose my Internet and local network connection. Windows reports the network as “public” and throws up an exclamation point which says no Internet or local network. Once you click on the network icon and look at the network adapter it shows that the adapter has an IP address from my Apple AirPort Router, but no default gateway. Windows 7 diagnostics reports that it can’t find the default gateway. However, if I manually set the default gateway (which I’m assuming is my router at 10.0.1.1) in the advanced network settings it doesn’t take and just disappears after clicking OK. I’ve also tried manually setting a static IP address in network settings within Windows 7, and like before it accepts the IP address but then Windows 7 diagnostics reports there’s no DHCP server. On the Airport Router side, I can go into logs and statistics and see that VMWare has obtained an IP address. Both Windows and OS X’s firewalls are off. I’ve tried reinstalling VMWare Tools and Fusion 3.0. I’ve deleted and reinstalled the network adapter (in Fusion) over and over. In Parallels, if you used bridged networking Parallels would put two new “connections” inside your Network system preference. I noticed Fusion doesn’t do that. I don’t know what else to try. I’ve read their support forums and bridged networking documents, but nothing appears to stand out. Everything works fine with NAT. Any ideas?