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Hyper-V network configuration

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I am getting ready to deploy Hyper-V on Windows Server 2008 R2. The server will have 6 NICs.

Two of the NICs are on the motherboard, there is an additional four port NIC. I am looking to maximise throughput and redundancy.

I plan on teaming all the NICs, so I will be left with 1 onboard team and 2 other teams.

Is there any way in which I can configure this in such a way that if I lose either of the physical network cards that I wont lose connectivity?

It will be deployed on a flat network.
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