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Cannot Uninstall TCP/IP on Windows 2003 Server

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Unable to uninstall TCP/IP from Control Panel. The option is not available.

Any ideas?
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by:IKtech
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go into the properties of the network adapter and disable tcp/ip v4
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by:exhuser
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You mean de-select it? It is still not allowing to uninstall it
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by:smckeown777
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There isn't an 'uninstall' for TCP/IP, to remove it you have to do some reg modifications...

Have you seen this link? - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/325356

That should do what you want, or is there another reason you are trying to uninstall it?
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by:exhuser
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I am getting Error 4191 "IP could not open the registry key for adapter.."  Static IP will not bind to the adapter
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by:smckeown777
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Oh ok, so the link I provided doesn't help?
Similar one here on EE itself - http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/2003_Server/Q_21284707.html

Can you try those steps? Or have you already done that and still issues?
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by:Suliman Abu Kharroub
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Try to download the latset NIC dirver and isntall it.
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The TCP/IP settings are under a NIC's properties. Just remove the NIC from your device manager and re-install it again.
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by:exhuser
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Will try this once the server is offline
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by:exhuser
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removed the NIc
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