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"Multihomed" Windows 2003 Server - Assigning services to specific networks

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I have a W2k3 server (Dell PE 2650) which has 3 Network Cards. I have 2 of the cards bridged together and assigned the IP address of 10.10.99.4 and the other NIC is assigned the IP address 192.168.3.4. The 10.10.99.X and 192.168.3.X networks are defined and setup througn our UNIX firewall. I want the W2k3 server to control DNS, DHCP, WINS, AD, and be a terminal service.

I want to setup the following assigned to the 10.10.99.X network only:
  DNS
  DHCP
  WINS
  Active Directory

I want the following to be assigned to the 192.168.3.X network only:
  Terminal Services

By saying I want the services assigned to these networks, I also do not want them to be seen outside of these networks. The 10.10.99.X network is going to be controilled by this server, but the 192.168.3.X is controlled by a different server.

Is what I want to do possible within Windows 2003 Server? If, so - can you point me to some resources that allows me to define specific services to certain networks?

Thanks.
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Try these settings:

WINS and AD: remove from Network connection of 192.168.3.4 all other items except TCP/IP and disable NetBIOS over TCP/IP
DNS: in properties->interfaces select listen on only the following addresses and add 10.10.99.4 to list
DHCP: properties->advanced->bindings, tick only 10.10.99.4
Terminal Services: in Terminal Services Configuration->Connections, select in each RDP-Tcp properties->Network Adapter only the 192.168.3.4 NIC

hope this helps
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