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Team #0 Adapter Fault Tolerance Mode

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How can I change my server NIC to normal from fault tolerance mode.  We are only using the one nic so I am not sure why this is setup.  How do I get it back to normal on Server 2003 sp2
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Open up the HP teaming software.
Select both NIC icons.
Press the button for Dissolve.

Disable the NIC not in use.
Make sure the NIC being used is at the top of the binding order.
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by:mkurtzhals
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It is a Dell server.  Does dell have the same software possibly
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I think they use Broadcom's Teaming software (perhaps OEM'd for Dell) but the principal is exactly the same.

In this Team Software you select both NIC (or cable) icons and press the Disolve button - or maybe it's a right click menu or theirs, but it's the same idea.
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