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unwanted DHCP-assigend IP on Hyper-V virtual-switch during server-boot

Hello
I got a Hyper-V-Installation on 2012 R2. There are 3 NIC-Teams.

Team 1: For managing Hyper-V-Host / IP manual assigned / MAC-Address ..-..-..-..-..-C0
Team 2: Assigned to Hyper-V-switch1 / MAC-Address ..-..-..-..-..-C3 (Allow management operating system to share this network adapter = disabled)
Team 3: Assigned to Hyper-V-switch2 / MAC-Address ..-..-..-..-..-C1 (Allow management operating system to share this network adapter = disabled)

When I reboot the server, Team 2 and Team 3 get IPs assigned from DHCP despite the fact that the TCP-IP-Protocol isn’t activated on networkadaptar-properties.
After the server is rebooted, the IPs aren’t active anymore but there are wrong entries on DNS-Server making troubles.
Do you have any solution for this problem? Thank you a lot.
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srgmch
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
tcpip is enabled on the network switch set your static addresses there
tcpip is enabled on the virtual's
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srgmchAuthor Commented:
it seems, that the problem disappeared...
So I'm not sure, what the problem was in the first place...
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srgmchAuthor Commented:
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