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I've setup 2 virtual servers and 1 XP Pro PC in Window Virtual Server 2005.
My problem is I'm trying to get one virtual server (234) to join the domain I've created with the other virtual server (233).  After verifying that my virtual devices can get out on the internet and see other servers outside my virtual environment, I tested my virtual environment.  None of these devices can talk to each other.  I'm stumped.
What am I doing wrong?
Is there something on my host server (232) that's blocking the traffic?

I'm new at this virtual stuff so please keep it simple for me.
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Are the virutal machines connected to the same virtual network?

These articles partially reference it?
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/technetmag/issues/2006/03/DoMore/

http://blogs.msdn.com/virtual_pc_guy/archive/2005/04/01/404816.aspx

If you do an ipconfig what ip addresses do they have?

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JimboEfx,
I'm reading the articles but I thought I'd send you the info you requested:
my ipconfig on the 2 servers have static ip addresses:
Domain Controller: 233
server2: 234
PC1 is DHCP from my DHCP server outside my virtual network.
PC1: 97

Servers and PC have these address:
Gateway: 192.168.1.1
DNS: 192.168.1.251

 
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