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I for one never use NAT or Host only networking. I find it much easier to use Bridged Networking. The VM then truly behaves as an extra computer on the local network. When you are working at home, you probably use network addresses in the range 192.168.1.x. Assign the VM an arbitrary IP, different from the one your host machine uses. Probably you can use Then point the browser on your windows machine to

If your windows machine is part of a university or company network, you should consult your networkmanager as to the addresses you can/must use for the virtual machine.