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Configuring dual network cards

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I need to allow a user to access the internet via Cable modem and at the same time allow access to our local server for file/print/application services. The cable modem uses DHCP and I've decided to hard code the IP addresses on the local network (less than 50 devices). How would I configure their PC with dual nics in order to acheive this solution?
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