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I had my SBS 2011 server on 125.0.0.101 then changed it to a 192 address, but every time i exit the network card properties and go back in it is adding the address 125.0.0.1 and a subnet of 255.0.0.0, any one any ideas where it keeps coming from? i have deleted dhcp and DNS is disabled
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replaced network driver and now it works...... got to love sbs2011
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