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How do I properly configure this Windows 2003 server?

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Matt KendallFlag for United States of America asked on
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Hi,

I have a new Windows 2003 Server Std R2 server that I've just installed.  There are 12 Windows XP Pro clients.  The old server was running gigabit ethernet because they're running Quickbooks 2007 and it's a bandwidth hog.  The new server is configured with 2 Gigabit NIC, one onboard and the other PCI-X.  I have the PCI-X NIC connected to the gigabit switch.  The onboard NIC is connected to a Netgear wireless router.  I'm installing a D-Link DSD-150 Internet Security Device to help control Internet browsing

My question is how do I configure the 2003 server to allow the clients a 1 GB connection (LAN traffic) and still have their Internet use filtered with the Internet Security Device?  It seems like right now all the traffic is running through the 100 MB connection (onboard NIC).  Let me know if you need more info.  Thanks in advance for any help!
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