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Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 4 Remove a Team

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I need to delete a Team that I've built but I don't know where to start. I will still need one of the NICs  to have the current static IP address and disable the second NIC.

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1. Ensure that one of the NIC's has the correct IP address configuration.
2. Uninstall the NIC teaming software from Windows server.
3. Disable the other NIC.
4. Ensure primary NIC is talking to the network (simple ping tests of gateway, to another server/host and into that server).

NOTE:  This WILL cause an interruption of service so plan it out when users will not be affected.
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I just ran it as administrator then it finally gave me an option to delete team. Thanks tho. that is what I was planning to do before I figured this out.
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