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Windows 2008r2 server not showing Nic Card

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I have a Windows 2008r2 server that do not show the NIC card, but I can see the NIC in vCenter.

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lipotech
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by:David Paris Vicente
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Hi lipotech,

A  similar problem is reported in VMware KB, since you don´t mention the versions you are using please check the KB here

I hope can lead you to the solution.

Regards
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 1000 total points
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1. Are you using the VMXNET3 interface card in your VM?

2. if you are using E1000 replace it. This is for installation only.

3. Make sure VMware Tools is installed for VMXNET3 interface.
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Both solutions lead equally to the same conclusion.  Thank you.
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What was the solution?

Using the VMXNET3 interface card ?
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