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Windows Server 2008 configuration
Windows Server 2008 R2
Hi, I'm trying to learn Server 08 R2. I have it installed on a VM on my main desktop. I have promoted it to DC and installed DHCP and DNS. When I connect another VM (win 7 64 bit) to the domain it connects to the domain but not the internet. What am I doing wrong ? ( The IP address for my main starts with 10.x.x.x and on my VM domain it starts with 192.x.x.x. I did assign a static IP. It is connected to the internet via wireless. Any help would be great.  

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Primary : win 7 pro , VM ware , Server 08 r2. six core proc, 16 gb ram
ASKED: November 14, 2012  8:09 PM
UPDATED: November 15, 2012  2:25 PM

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are you using VMware workstation?
can you check at the VM tab>settings>hardware>network adapter? what is the status of it?what connection.
Is you desktop has internet connection?

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  • newserverguy101
    Hi,All VM's are connectedto my desktop. Yes I am able to ping the desktop and the VM. When I log into the Vm (Win7) as local user and not connect to the domain i get full internet access. Only when I connect to thru my domain is when I lose connection. And my VM (win8) wont even connect to my domain.Im confused. 
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  • BestITSolution

    How do you connected to internet on VM, it seems routing issue not VM. please describe you internet structures.

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