AD FS Built in Windows NLB

I am trying to set up the built-in windows NLB for AD FS since I do not have a hardware NLB to work with.

Can someone guide me step-by-step how to set that up.

I have two internal AD FS servers IP's 10.1.10.121 and 10.1.10.122, the Virtual IP I need is 10.1.10.120.

I have two ad fs proxy servers in my DMZ as well IP's are 192.168.254.121 and 192.168.254.122 with a virtual IP of 192.168.254.120.

Thanks!!!
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Philip PortnoySr. MS SQL DBA and Technical Account ManagerCommented:
Here's and example how to do it for Terminal Services: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771300(v=ws.10).aspx

Start reading it from section 2 (Install NLB). Everything is pretty much the same, just change the port.
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smyers051972Author Commented:
Worked like a charm, thanks for the help!
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