I've added a VM in Hyper-V on Windows 8 Pro and created a Virtual Switch. The Virtual Switch is set to "Internal network".
On the host machine, I go to Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center > Adapter Settings and bridge the newly created "vEthernet" adapter and my existing (and working perfectly) Wi-Fi connection. Once Windows has finished configuring the bridge I lose connectivity on my host machine. What am I doing worng? What is the correct way to configure a network so that the VMs can get to the outside world?
I'm running RTM Windows 8 Pro (v6.2 build 9200).
Creating an External network has exactly the same effect of killing my physical connection.