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Hassio Generate A Random Network Key Virtualbox 10

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Hassio Generate A Random Network Key Virtualbox Update

Hello all,
I've been out of commission both physically & mentally and have not played around too much in some time.
The issue i will describe might have existed for a while but i didnt notice it until tonight.
i moused over my network icon and noticed that there was this 'Unidentified Network' and after checking i realized that it belongs to virtualbox.
The thing is that i didnt have the vm running. i launched it earlier and ran a bunch of updates as well as installed service pack 1 to Windows 7 in the VM.
But had already shut down the vm when i noticed this. Re-booted my pc (host) and saw that it was still there after re-booting.???

Is this normal behavior / acceptable?
Is there a way to make it so that its not there if the vm is not running. i prefer it not be there if im not using the vm.
hope i made some sense here - a little whoozy.
as always, any tips/feedback/suggestions r welcome & appreciated.

J, have you tried r/clicking on the icon(you may find you loose web,connection), and select disable it may be there as it use's the same access point to the web as windows, does it change color when VM is active ?


Hassio Generate A Random Network Key Virtualbox 10

It is normal and you can hide it by searching the registry for sun-vboxnetadp which is a DWORD key and then right click somewhere, right click and make a new DWORD key called *NdisDeviceType and set the value to one. When you disable and enable it again it will become an adapter instead of being an unidentified network.

lol, i cant remember now :( i uninstalled it to 'clean install' my win7, but will get it again ... i seem to remember there being 2 icon's in the task-bar(hidden icons) you guys above obviously still have Vb :)


thank you guys for the feedback ....
im glad it was cleared up - i was about to start blaming my brother for possibly doing something without checking with me first !

To be honest. The first time I saw that on my computer, I was confused for a few seconds. It happens to the best of us :)

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