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If I have 2 network cards present on my system how can I disable one of them for the tcp/ip? And the tcp preferences will not show me 2 cards but only one card. Winnt 4.0 or win2000.

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In NT, I do not think you can. If this is a built in card, check the BIOS to disable it.

Please provide more details about the computer, and why you need to do this.
There may be other solutions !

I hope this helps !
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Hi CobolGuy9,

In Control Panel /Network.
Chose Bindings tab.
For "Show bindings for" choose "all protocols".
The protocols will be listed.
Click the + sign for TCP/IP.
Clink on the network card you will disable.
Click Disable at the bottom of this window.

Longbow
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