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Hi my name is tony

i just recently purchase a server for my company bought windows 2000 advanced server now there like 20 users for now gonna use the domain it has 2 nic cards where gonna install rms on it with sql now i need to know i have a switch  for internet acces connected from the router of the isp  now on it so the users can connect to get internet acces  but i have to configure the ip on each   computers (workgroup manually) i want to know  how to configure 2 nic cards on it on for the network and one for the internet i have a static ip for the internet 201.225.85.x  
and also how can i confige the dhcp to assign each ip automatic do i need to buy a router to assign itself each computer a ip or i can use the dhcp from administrative tools? also how can i configure terminal server with the static ip?
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Windows DHCP is the best.  you have to create a scope.  it's best to use one that is specifically designed for internal network use like 192.168.1.1 - 192.168.1.255  The subnet mask should be 255.255.255.0, the gateway, DNS server and WINS server should be 192.168.1.1.  Also make sure that you configure the scope to listen on 192.168.1.1, and ONLY 192.168.1.1

assign the Windows network card on the value of 192.168.1.1

As far as the internet, you might be able to set the external network card to 'Obtain IP address automatically', and perhaps the router will assign your computer with the proper internet configuration information.  Your ISP should have explained this to you.  If not you will need to get the IP configuration information from your ISP.
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i have a question 1 of the nic cards what ip should it be the static ip 201.225.85.x  ? or 192.168.1.1? to let the users have internet acces? and the other for network how can i configure it ?
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the 192.168.1.1 should be static.  The other is probably issued by DHCP, but you'll have to ask your ISP.
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i'm having problems installing the windows 2000 advanced server i install it and everything with the service pack 4 now when i connect it as  a workgroup to try to promote it as a domain i have it the ip 201.225.85.x  on one of the nic cards but as soon as i connect it to the internet to try to update windows update it gets a virus like i havent installed an antivirus is there a possible way you can get a virus without downloading nothing?
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how do you know it's a virus?  is it possibly just an advertisement pop-up?  windows reccomends that you disable the Messenger Service if you connect a computer to the internet.  

Start -> Run -> Services.msc
Disable "Messenger"
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i know it's a virus because i scanned it with norton antivirus corporate edition  and it detected is as w32.spybot.worm is it possible you can get a virus without even downloading something ?
like the ip i have configured in the tcp ip is 201.225.85.x and it's static dousent change i'm buying an antivirus from symantec soon with firewall do you recommend a good antivirus for windows 2000 advanced server? and how can i configure the server with 2 nic card's ? one for the internet one for the network ?
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Goto Control Panel -> Network Connections

You should be able to see both NICs there.  Right click each one and goto properties.  Then click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click properties...

you should see where to configure static IP addresses.
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please youre not answering my question what i'm asking is if i put the ip on the tcp ip 192.168.1.1  and then i go to dhcp and configure it there with that ip and then i just put the gateway what my isp gives me or i put the ip 201.225.85.x? for 1 nic card then the other nic card
i put the internal ip like example 10.0.0.2 whatver now a question is the best way to keep the server secured is to have 2 nic card what is the most secure way to keep the server from not getting viruses? how can i configure the both one for internet the other for the network i mean like a public ip and a private ip ? can you give me an a good example how i can do this to configure both nic cards?
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i'm sorry I'm just not following you
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is it possible that windows 2000 advanced server  dhcp can assign each computer an ip same as a router can?
do i have to configure the other computer to obtain ip automatically will it give them internet acces like that ? what i'm trying to ask is i wan't to configure 8 computer to get internet acces but i have my server with 2 nic card what is the best way to configure them like to keep the server without internet? do i configure one to give them internet acces and the other nic to give them acces to the server?  also to they need to have 2 nic card on there computer 2?
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the ip configuration that i got from the isp is the following

ip adress.201.225.85.x
subnet mask 255.255.255.248
default gateway.201.225.85.x
prefered dns server 201.225.225.225
alternate dns server 201.224.73.162

do i have to have the same ip for windows dhcp or it has to be 192.168.1.1?
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