we are running server 2003 R2 enterprise edition and we have a primary DC that has 2 network cards. we are currently only running one network card. i would like to use the second one as well. so i want to use both cards. do i just put an ip on the other card and plug it into the network?? if so can i have people use the second card or will there be something else that i would have to do in order to use both cards at the same time??
what i want to do is for one card have half the people use that one and the other half of the people use the other network card. sort of like balancing, can this be done?? if so how??
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