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Virtual Server 2005 Windows 2003 Domain Controller Setup

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How do I setup a windows 2003 domain controller with DCHP in Virtual Server 2005?  I know this cant be that difficult, but I am not sure about the virtual networks.  Do I need to create a new virtual network or use the internal network?

I want to have a DC running that my other virtual clients can obtain IP address from.  What are the steps I must take?
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create a private network within the virtual server and then go about things as you normalls would, make sure your members are all part of the virtual network though and remember its is completely segmented
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Worked like a charm...thank you.
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No worries
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