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Microsoft Network Load Balancing is sending all traffic to 1 server

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I have 3 servers, all running Windows Server 2003 Standard edition running terminal server.  I configured them into a software "cluster" using Microsofts Network Load Balaning protocol.  All three servers a 2 NIC's with different IP addresses and there is an additional IP address for the cluster.  There is only 1 port rule defined for the cluster and that is TCP port 3389.  The filtering mode is Multiple Hosts and the Affinity is set to None.  Yet all traffic is going to the host with the Host Priority of 1.  Any ideas?
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It may be directing traffic to one server until the load gets too great then rolling it over to the next and so on.  
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