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Virtual Network Configuration in Hyper V Server 2008 R2

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Hi,
I have installed Microsoft Hyper V Server 2008 R2, on a Server machine. The machine is has got an dynamic IP Address of 192.168.102.22, because it is connected to a DHCP Server (with 192.168.102.x).
Now, I have user Hyper V Manger and created an Virtual Machine with integrated services installed. When I get into the guest Virtual machine, the NIC is in disabled state. So, I have created a new virtual network adapter with EXTERNAL as an option. When I restart the Virtual machine, the IP address i am seeing is 169.x.x.x. Because of this iam not able to connect to host machine or vice versa.
Is there any way, where I can get an IP like 192.168.102.x, same as my Physical NIC.
In VMWare workstation, there is a technology called Bridged and it used to work exactly.

Anyhelp is very much appreciated

thanks,
Mahesh.
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Since my base machine (where the Hyper V Server is installed), is present in 192.168.x.x, Is there any way to get the IP address in the same range 192.168.x.x for my VMs.
Iam still seeing 169.x.x.x, for all my VMs, there by the machines are not connected to the base machine or vice versa.
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It was partially solved the problem.
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