new network card on dc domain show as public not as domain

The network card of one dc get damaged.  I installed  new and put the same ip address, subnet mask, default gateway and dns.  But the card is connected as public and not to the domain.

Can I get help?
luissabinoAsked:
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luissabinoConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
I get a disk image backup of the day before I start having the problem.  Now I am connected as domain.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Go to Control Panel, Network and Sharing Center, Advanced Network Sharing, and go to the connection. See if you can set to Domain in there. Make sure Homegroup is OFF.
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luissabinoAuthor Commented:
I typed the domain in dsn suffix for this connection, and now said that I am connected to the domain, but unauthenticated.

Also I disabled ipv6.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
IPv6 is benign and should not cause an issue
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luissabinoAuthor Commented:
But anyway with ipv6 I get the same error.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Did you try the Network Information settings I suggested?
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luissabinoAuthor Commented:
I put the domain in the dsn suffix, but I don't found how to disabled home group.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Go to Control Panel, Network and Sharing Center, Advance Sharing Options.

If the main setting is already Domain, Homegroup might not be an option. If the main setting is not Domain, it should be and Homegroup will be an option down near the bottom. Disable it by selecting password protected sharing
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luissabinoAuthor Commented:
Because with the disk image backup now i am connected to the domain.
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