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Windows Virtual Server 2005 network card setup

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I have setup Windows 2003 Virtual Server on a Windows 2003 server running Windows Virtual Server 2005. The server has two network work cards. One card is plugged into the default vlan and the other card is plugged into VLAN 2. I setup the Virtual Server to to use the VLAN 2. Everything was working great until I tried to logon to the Server hosting the virtual server. There is an error saying " The system could not log you on due to the following error: The network address is invalid, Pleaes try again or consult your system administrator."
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