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SLES 11 on VM not taking IP from DHCP

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I am creating a new VM using SLES 11. I set up networking using DHCP. I got one vm working fine but a second vm will not get IP from DHCP I even delete the VM and create another. Anybody with suggestions?
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by:Pieter Jordaan
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Are you using virtual switches?
Perhaps the second VM is connected to a different switch?

Another problem can be the network card type assigned to it is not picked up by die OS?
Please post the output of:
ipconfig -a
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