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Hello,  I purchased the HP Z2 tower G5 Workstation, and loaded RHEL 7 on it.  However, after loading RHEL 7, there is no eno1, eth01, or anything like that in /etc/sysconfig/networ-scripts to configure the NIC.  I have looked at the back of the box and there is a NIC and when I plug in the RJ45, a light comes on.  There is no 70-persistent-net-rules in /etc/udev/rules.d directory to delete.  Usually, deleting that file and then rebooting, the system will automatically create the eth01.  When I run "ifconfig" I only see the virtual NIC appear.  I also ran a DMESG and it shows Ethernet Unclaimed.  The drivers for the NIC have been installed and the kernal has been updated to no avail.  Please help.

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