SCVMM 2008R2 How to Add NIC

We are running System Center Virutal Machine Manager 2008R2 and have a problem with NIC's.  I have three NIC on the host server and only two show up on the SCVMM.  So both of my VM's are running through one NIC and the Host is running through the other.

All three NIC's show online and connected to the domain with internet access, so they are all three working.  I just can't see where within the console to add the new NIC to be utilized by the second VM.  VM-A and VM-B are both using one NIC with the HOST using the other.  So the third, which i want VM-B to use, is not showing up anywhere within the SCVMM.

Thanks in advance for your assistance
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If you are sure that there is nothing wrong with the NIC configuration, Have you tried removing the host from the VMM and then adding it again?
Was this NIC added to the host, after the host was added to the VMM Server?
Does the third NIC show up in the Hyper-V manager in the host? Is the NIC assigned as vSwitch?

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Suliman Abu KharroubIT Consultant Commented:
From Hyperv manager--> actions tab--> Virtual network manager--> add a new network adapter.
WyleHouAuthor Commented:
Have you tried removing the host from the VMM and then adding it again? - This worked.  Thanks!!


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