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SBS Server 2011 gives DHCP error on "Connect to internet"

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We succesfull installed an SBS Server 2011.

Now when we run the "Connect to the internet" wizard all goed well but on the end we got an error "DHCP v4 not configured"

but DHCP is running and handing out IP's.

Also when i go to "FIX my network"

i see a problem "DNS is not running on the primary networkcard" when i click FIX he fixes this but next time i run this "FIX my network" i get the same error.

the server has 4 builtin networkcards but there is only one used. the other are disabled like Microsoft SBS wants to.

Any help?
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Try to check binding order of your NICs.
I normally try to disable network cards in bios if possible, so the are not listed in device manager.
Also try to run BPA.
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by:Rik Van Lier
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The IP V6 was unchecked on the server. found this article on the web. after checking that all problems where solved!
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