On systems that have VMware Workstation installed, there are two virtual NICs that are (typically) identified by name
VMware Network Adapter , I'm having trouble connecting remotely to the hosts because the default IP range for VMware VNets exists as VLANs on our corporate networks. When the host registers its network adapters with the DNS servers, the VMware network adapters are included.
If another client on the network tries to communicate with the host, it may be using the VMware IP range, which does not work.
So I want to develop a script (Windows CMD or PowerShell) that will disable the setting that configures the virtual network cards to register with DNS.
Note: If I completely change the IP address ranges of the virtual NICs, the problem can resolve itself. However, this is the case in a lab environment where VMware is provided unattended. Therefore, it seems easier to disable DNS registration than to change the IP ranges.