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Replaced external nic on SBS2000 and now ISA won't work.

A little background info into the problem.


We are servicing a client whom connects to a satellite internet.  They are running on a HP server.  They have 2 nic's in the machine.  The built-on NIC is working fine.  However, the External Nic, whitch is connecting to the satellite internet, was faulty. We replaced the external nic and now ISA won't work.  We ave loaded up drivers for the server.  I have looked through ISA configuration but I don't know how to tell ISA to allow the new nic to access the internet.

Please note that I am a starter with this stuff.  My boss has pretty much put this into my hands because he wants to breed me to become a network engineer.  Any help would be greatley appreciated.  

I have set the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and the DNS Settings, is it possible that ISA is bound to that nic?  If so, how would I correct the issue.  
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
You probably didn't uninstall the OLD NIC and then when you put the new one in you probably didn't run the Internet Configuration Wizard.  Both of these things need to be done to resolve your problem.

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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
FYI, uninstalling the Old Nic would be done in the Device Manager.

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