Today power outage damaged a network card on our serrver that hosts Exchange and Terminal server. I replaced the network card and cloned its settings as the original card appeared.
The physical network card is set to DHCP
The Virtual card is set to use the DNS entry for the serrver name which is where I am confused.
Exchange has 192.168.168.14 in DNS and the BDC server (VM HOST) shoudl have 192.168.168.16. When I try to ping BDC server I get a dns lookup of x.x.x.14 then a timeout and response fomr ip 192.168.168.46
Can anyone help me straighten this out, currently all systems are back up but I am not able to get Exchange back up. DNS issues?
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