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Set NIC to 100 Full via GPO

Posted on 2006-06-09
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Is there a way to force the all the NIC's in the workstation to be set to 100M - Full duplex with the GPO?  I'm sure there is a way but if someone has a policy I can import into my Win2K3 Server it would be a great help.


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Are they all one type of NIC?
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No, I have many different NIC's.  Intel's, 3Come? among others.  Mostly Gateway and Compaq computers.  If i have to set them all manually than so be it, just looking to save myself time from running around to 150 computers.

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waqaswasib earned 250 total points
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You have raised a good question . i dont have a solution to that as yet but what can help is that when u will change the option manually it changes the value in registry if u find that registry settings that u can make it as a .adm file & import it to active directory & implement it . i will work on it & i hope i will get some way of doing it.
hope it might help you
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