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IIS 7.5 and Host Header problem

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I have a web server with 1 site as part of a load balancer.
There are no other servers in the load balancer at this time
The site has 3 host headers:
Name of server (WebApp1)
Name of Load Balancer (WebApp)
Other Name (Files.domain.com)

The Address http://WebApp1/ works just fine
The addresses going through the load balancer do not.
I've checked with  the network team and they are showing that the load balancer is receiving the request and passing it on the the server, but the server is not responding on those addresses/ports (all port 80).

What could I check next?  
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