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Windows 2003 Not Network Access

Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I have a Windows 2003 Server that will not access the network. I have check the cables and routers and ports with a fluke so I know it is nothing like that. This is a problem within the OS itself. I even put the existing cable on another box and it works fine. I added a pci nic to the server and it worked fine. I told everyone it was working ok which it was for about 2 days. Then that nic started acting the same as the onboard nic. I took the hard drive out and put in another computer and booted it up today. Same issue. IP is static....Route Print looks fine... I cant even ping the gateway......  Any ideas? I need to this resolved in 1 hour.
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