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When I change the IP setting in the network adapter on a Win7 Pro computer on a domain i get an error about Multiple Default Gateways.  See attached.
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by:Dave Baldwin
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What's the question?  Windows (and other OS's) don't support multiple gateways on one adapter.
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You have more than one network interface, and it is having a default gateway defined. You can find out best in a Command Prompt with ipconfig /all.
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Thanks.
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