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Hi.

Does anyone know how to disable "scalable networking" on a server 2008R2 box?  I have a delay right fail problem and I would like to try something.  I can find many articles about 2003 and 2008 but now R2.

Thanks,

Wes
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The scalable networking features in 2008 R2 are enumerated here, and the links under that heading tell you how to enable and disable each one.  Additionally, this blog entry tells you how to disable everything except VMQ, which is disabled by default in 2008 R2.
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thanks.  did the trick
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