I would check the private network. If this is a routed network out through the second NIC, you have to deal with the problem of Windows only allowing one default gateway. So you may need to add a persistent static route to make the private traffic flow through the private network - if it's going out the default gateway, it may not be finding the other side. I suppose you validated through ping and tracert that private addresses on side A reach the private addresses on side B.
If your two Routers are connected together with a crossover cable, this may not apply. In that case, check that the NIC binding order has the public NIC first and the private NIC second.
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