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network card showing 'not connected' in Hyper-V guest

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HI,  I've imported a machine from VS2005 into hyper-v. Everything seems fine except the network card.

The network on the host is fine and working normally, it's just showing as not connected in the guest OS.
Am I missing something?  I'm new to Hyper-V.
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Darius Ghassem earned 500 total points
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Remove the network card from the VM settings re-add the network card to the VM.

Make sure you have the integration services installed on the VM as well.
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Where and what are " integration services "
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Add and removing the card in the VM settings worked. Thanks.
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