Manage Virtual Networks is still outside of Web UI.
But it starts Virtual Network Editor, with the same features as in VMware Server 1.0.x.
Silly me, I thought that was hiding somewhere in the web GUI. Good to know it's still there. I've excluded the second adapter and that fixes it.
On a side note, VMWare still needs to fix the installation/upgrade behavior since it results in a broken system. The installer should detect you've got multiple active NIC's, advise you of what it's found, and let you choose which NIC you want to bridge through. Either that or they need to build more intelligence into the installer so it can reliably choose one itself and not give you a VMWare Server that can't connect to anything.
Agree. Better installer is always a good idea.
I've got the same problem :/
After upgrading to RC1, all my 3 VMs stopped responding... I had no time to troubleshoot the situation, that forced me to revert back to BETA2.
I have also 2 physical NICs in 802.3ad configuration with third virtual interface.
The problem probably caused "VMware bridging driver" that has to be active on virtual interface only as it is now. I'll give it a second chance...
I have the similiar issue with a multi NIC machine, had to revert back to Beta 2 after troubleshooting for several hours. Tried again last night with no luck.
Only thing I noticed, were my VM's could ping each other and the host, but nothing on the network.
Un-installed and re-installed, recreated VM's using existing VHD's. Went back to Beta2 and no issues.
Did a fresh install of RC1 (no Beta 2 residue) on a different machine with multiple NICs and not experiencing any issues.