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cannot remote login to Virtual server after moving from Fixed Hardware

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Windows server 2008 R2 std
Moved from Hardware based to virtual Based ( Hyper V)

Now cannot remote login. Only can be login from the Virtual environment.

This server was a Domain controller and also had terminal services installed.

any help is appreciated.
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Have you checked that the IP etc. are still on the virtual based server?

Are the virtual interfaces on the virtual server pointing to the correct vlan/network?
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deleted all the network connections and have recreated the single, required network in TS and restarted

Thanks Verfrost.
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