Same here--I just installed the trial and (with some difficulty) got my old VirtualPC setup converted over to Fusion.
I run Windows XP SP 2, and my Mac is online via DSL but Windows won't connect.
a) What settings do I use on Fusion?
b) what settings do I use in Windows (and where do I find them)?
I can't find any documentation of the proper settings, and have gotten no replies in the official Fusion forum. Lots of discussion of specific issues, but no list of the CORRECT settings. Knowing those I can probably troubleshoot on my own.
But re the Windows settings, it has been a while since I poked around that labyrinth And I know Windows has network-related settings in multiple places.
The XP install was migrated from another machine, and I suspect already has some settings wrong/non-default. Where would I make sure DHCP is set up correctly, and what other settings should I make certain of?
I used NAT, and set up a broadband connection to configure automatically (the term DHCP did not appear, but I assumed that's what it meant). No go.
NAT appears to be the default for Fusion, but bridged mode seems to work better for most people. Try setting to bridged mode and then running the network setup wizard if needed.
If it still isn't working, right click on My Network Places, select Properties, and then right click on VMware Adapter and select Properties. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click on Properties. This will get you to most of the settings you need (IP, DNS, DHCP etc.).
It resolved it's self when I booted up the windows side and then put in the leopard CD. When I did this it automatically installed some more boot camp components which told windows how to manage the mac hardware. After i restarted I was able to get online easy. Hope this helps some one. Its my first post on any forum