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Windows 2003 Server that running on Windows 2008 R2 Hyper-v lost network packets

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Hi,

We have a customer that use Windows 2008 R2 with Hyper-V to run three machines.

Those three machines was P2V couple of months ago and working fine since then.
In the last couple of days one of the machines (Windows 2003 32 bit SP2) start lost the connectivity randomly from the network.

The connectivity from the machine to the network working fine and the hyper-v machine connectivity is also working fine, the only problem is from the network to that machine.

We must say that all other machines continue to work without any problem.

Just for your information, all the latest drivers and updates installed for hyper-v and the VM machine, antivirus is ESET.

We check some forums and try to find any solution, but we didn't find nothing that is relevant to this problem.
 
Do someone have a clue what to do?
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You may have all of the updates, but do you have all of the hotfixes?

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/974909
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