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TCP/IP Properties doesn't show static ip address

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I go into TCP/IP Properties and set static IP address, subnet, gateway and DNS. I click ok and exit with no errors. Yet when I go back into TCP/IP Properties interface is set to DHCP.

1) If I run Ipconfig /all, everything reflects as I set it.
2) If I do ipconfig /release it tells me server is not in DHCP state

Why can't I see static settings?
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Question by:dennylassetter
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by:ogradyc1984
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is the NIC part of a team? or is this the only NIC on the machine? If it is part of a team, there should be a virtual NIC which needs to be configured.
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by:dennylassetter
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No. I have two NICs but the second one is disabled. They are not bridged nor in network load balancing installed.
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by:mass2612
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Hi,

I've seen this issue before. I had to print out the network config. Shutdown any applications or any other services and then remove the NIC from device manager, reboot and re-install NIC and re-configure the network connection.

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by:dennylassetter
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Uninstalled, Rebooted, Reconfigured interface...... Same Issue
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by:mass2612
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That procedure worked for me. Does this happen for both nic's if you config the second nic with a static address does it work ok?
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by:dennylassetter
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I haven't tried that yet. I will give it a try tomorrow. Thanks!
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mass2612 earned 240 total points
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Good luck the only other thing I could think of would be a tcp/ip issue which may require tcp/ip to be re-installed on the server.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/325356
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by:dennylassetter
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I had to uninstall Broadcom Application, remove nic's (in that order), reboot and install driver update from Dell which included hotfix for this issue. Sorry, I don't have link handy to post.
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