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chico

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Just an FYI

Setting up the NIC Teaming solved the problem we were having on the network. Running with just the one Ethernet port their
was too much lag time when retrieving data from the server. So I setup the NIC Teaming rebooted the server and noticed a difference right away.

BTW, this server was not setup by me. This was done by the IT company they have used in the past.

Thanks for everyone input.

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It sounds like you are going to do well w/ that company.
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Yea I could do well if they would offer me a full time employment. But they like better by keeping me through the agency they used,
and pay more money for my services. They get a better write-off for me when its tax time.
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There might be a minimum time before they can take you from the agency. Maybe 6 months?
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Hi Everyone

When I activated the NIC teaming on the sever it went to dynamic ip address. If I want to make it static I just go into the properties of NIC teaming and add the ip address I want it to be correct.
 
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Hi Chico,

Yes, you are right.
When creating a NIC team of 2 physical NIC's those two NIC will loose their binding with TCP/IP, see previous screenshot.  The new created NIC Team will be bound to TCP/IP but will be configure as DHCP client, as you could see.

Just open the TCP/IP properties of the NIC Team and change it to a static IP address.


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Well I did that rebooted the server. Now I've lost all of the icons that we had on the desktop, can't do remote connection. So I'm wondering if I did something wrong here.
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Oops.

>>  that rebooted the server.
There is no need to reboot a server when changing the IP settings.

>> I've lost all of the icons that we had on the desktop
No idea what can be the cause of that. You did logged on with the same account ?

>>  can't do remote connection.
Maybe the firewall is blocking you.  Try to disable and enable RDP again and the firewall policies will be adapted.

Or just undo your last step(s): go back to DHCP and/or undo the NIC teaming.

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