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Setup Vmware private network

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Hello,

I have VMWare on Ubuntu with Windows 2003 image to test ISA server. I have  to configure Windows 2003 server as a DHCP and not disturb the production environment network. Curretly the vmnet is bridged.

How can I separate the vmnet from the production network?
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by:bhnmi
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Create a NAT network from with in VMWare. You can run this script. vmnet-natd if you are using VMWare Server.
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by:kiran_madala
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I am using vmware workstation 5.5  Would it work? and where do i run the script?

Thankyou
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Hmmm, workstation? I am going to have to check, I have never used it before. I just use VMware Server :(
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switch network from bridged to host only:
or give a 2nd nic (host-only)  to the W2k3 and bind DHCP to this nic.
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