live & local NIC problem

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LAN
Local area networks
NIC
NIC Problem
Web Server
Windows Server 2008
I have two onboard NIC in windows server 2008 machine one LAN (LOCAL) IP & another has static IP that given by my ISP. I use this server as test web server. So it is connected with both NIC as same time with local & live public IP. This server is on local domain also. Problem is that when both NIC are enable. I take long time to login with domain account & I can’t access shared folder also. But if live (public) IP NIC is disable. Login with domain account is very fast & I can access shared folder easily. I need both NIC enable at same time. Anyone can suggest me where is problem? Thanks in advance… 

Software/Hardware used:
hp prolaint 360
ASKED: June 15, 2010  9:15 AM
UPDATED: June 16, 2010  12:17 AM

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Remove the DNS settings from the public IP nic.

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