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I am adding another Hyper V machine. I need to setup an additional network card on this new Server 2012 virtual machine. Any help would appreciated.
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Edit the properties of the virtual machine and add hardware (2nd NIC).  If you are adding a 2nd Physical Connection, you would have to install a physical NIC and then create an additional external vnetwork.

If it wont allow you to add the vNIC on the fly power down the VM and then add it.
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