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thats because VM's communicate to/from the NIC driver, not the host network interface. drivers are not part of the operating system. It's possible for a VM to load a driver for some hardware item [plugged into the host] that the host has no clue about what it is. It's why a say win 7 VM still needs it's own USB 3 drivers to talk to USB 3 ports on the host.

(it makes networking easier for hosts and VM's to talk to each other and the outside world without [lookup/translation] kludgery or some worst case scenario of simulation resulting in TCP packetised TCP packets.) It's made possible if you can recall from computer science the 7 layers of network interface.
(by the way, it's also the reason why VPN's work - they only way some sites can detect VPN's is because they have a list of VPN provider's - not because they can detect the fakery/translations from the data.)

but yes, some other things things complicate that, doesn't work with display, disk, keyboard - partially because those don't have nice i.e. "x layer" interfaces, - the VM has to honor the host's control (consider disk allocation: disk free space tables are cached in host's operating memory, so if a VM wants to grow it's dynamic disk it has to ask the host - otherwise all hell would break loose.)
after many otherwise intelligent sounding suggestions that achieved nothing the nice folks at Technet said the only solution was to low level format my hard disk then reinstall my signature. Sadly, this still didn't fix the issue!

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