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Broke HP NIC Teaming - now RDP and ICA traffic is refused

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I have a HP NIC Team set up on my HP DL360 Citrix server.  One of my NIC's was reporting 10 MB half duplex and the other was reporting 1000 MB Full Duplex.  So I decided to break the Team and run on the Gigabit NIC only.  I realize that the switch port might be hardcoded for 10 MB half as well but I haven't checked that yet.  Anyway, I deleted the DNS and WINS records for that server and rebooted it.  I wanted it to repopulate DNS and WINS with the new MAC.  DNS and WINS have repopulated fine but I still can't RDP or connect via a ICA session.  So I did a netstat -a and noticed that it wasn't even listening to RDP or ICA.  So I went into Terminal Services Configuration and both RDP and ICA connections were disabled due to network adapter settings changed.  So I reenabled them but the setting won't stay.  Any idea what to try next?
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I fixed the issue.  I deleted the RDP and ICA connections in Terminal Services Configuration and recreated them.  I also fixed the hardcoded ports on the switch to both be Auto and Full Duplex.  Works like a charm.  I guess that I get the 500 points since I fixed it myself ;-)
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