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Virtual Server 2005 External IP Address

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Guys,
I’m having some issues with VS05.  The install went great and everything can be access internally.  The issue comes in when an external IP address try’s to access VS.  I was wondering if there is something I missed in the configuration part.  I have surfed Microsoft’s website and it says it can be done, but doesn’t show how to do it.  Any help with this would be great.  Thank you so much!

-RIDH
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Just had a look at this appears to be what you do.

Open the Virtual Server admin web page.  Create a new virtual network adapter bound to the physical adapter in your server.
Create a new virtual machine and configure it to use this virtual network adapter.  You can then assign the adapter an IP address once you have installed an OS on the virtual machine.
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hstiles,
Your a winner!  Thanks for the help!
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