Sounds like your VM is in NAT, i usually have mine in Bridged mode. Have you checked the settings of the vm Nic?
I run all my VMs in Bridged mode as they can be directly on the net but the two NICs that get installed with VMware are still there. Do I even need them if I run all VMs in Bridged mode?
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Am I reading this right? Are you putting the PXE Rep onto the VMWare server rather than into one of the VMS that the VMWare server is running? If so, then PXE is probably picking up the first boaund adaptor. I think that can be solved, but wouldn't it be just as easy to put it into one of the VMs that are running on that server since that would only have one NIC?
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Yes we were planning on putting it on the VMserver rather than on a VM inside it. Can be changed but that was the original plan.
We may change it but thought I would ask around if there was a way to configure it specifically to use a certain adapter.
We weren't planning on installing landesk agents on the VMs as we can access them through the VM software instead.
Hi FYidoctors, we had a similar problem recently. Easily resolved by moving the correct NIC to the top of the Adapters and Bindings list, as follows:-
Control Panel > Network Connections > Advanced > Advanced Settings > Adapters and Bindings
Hope this helps.