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What is the best way of taking advantage of multiple nics for bandwith in w2k3 server?
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You may want to setup NIC teaming. This search result may help,

Network Teaming
NIC teaming is the process of grouping together several physical NICs into one ... Fault Tolerance: By teaming more than one physical NIC to a logical NIC, ...
http://www.howtonetworking.com/Networking/nicteam1.htm 
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What brand of network cards are they.  If they are Intel Pro series.  Just install the latest intel drivers.  They support many different types of teaming for redundancy and for max bandwidth.
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