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On Windows Server 2012 we have two network cards installed. Our .NET application is picking up an IP address on the second card and not the first unless we disable the second one. How can we get it to choose the first when both are enabled ?
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arnold earned 2000 total points
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make sure your .net application does bind to a specific IP/interface but uses the 0.0.0.0:port

Does your application have a configuration file dealing with network similar to any application you can tell it to listen on all IPs, or on a specific IP.
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In fact listening on specific IP address resolved.
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