• Implementing NIC teaming to keep VDI in balance

    NIC teaming can improve network traffic flow in a virtual desktop infrastructure, and Windows Server 2012 added native support for it.

    Brien Posey11,345 pointsBadges:
  • NIC teaming in Windows Server 2012 R2

    Instead of spending big bucks on Ethernet technologies or complicated configurations, Windows Server 2012 R2 shops can use NIC teaming to improve reliability.

    ITKE366,930 pointsBadges:
  • Practicing proper NIC distribution promotes network efficiency

    The way you distribute physical NICs could be affecting more than you think. Boost network efficiency with the right allocation strategy.

    Brien Posey11,345 pointsBadges:
  • How to improve network performance via advanced NIC options

    Ethernet networks often struggle with modern data center workloads, but emerging NIC technologies are here to help improve network performance.

    editor13,495 pointsBadges:
  • Improve fault tolerance in cluster server for iSCSI

    You can improve fault tolerance in a highly networked environment like an iSCSI cluster server by using NIC teaming.

    searchStorage9,340 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a way through SMS to change the setting on the NIC card?

    Is there a way through SMS to change the setting on the NIC card from half duplex to full duplex?

    Rodtrent485 pointsBadges:
  • Fix problems caused by power-saving mode in wireless NICs

    Many access points don't always deal correctly with wireless devices that implement power saving. Here are two ways to resolve this problem.

    EnterpriseDesktopATE2,525 pointsBadges:
  • After a restore, how do I get compatible drivers onto a machine so it will boot?

    When doing a full restore to a machine which is not identical to the original backed-up machine, the disk, video and NIC drivers in the backup are not likely to be compatible. The computer may not boot properly after the restore, especially if the disk driver is wrong. What is the best way, after a...

    laurapennquakers2,040 pointsBadges:
  • Why can’t PCs surf the Web until I disable TCP/IP on NT4 NIC?

    I have two 100 MB network interface cards (NIC) in a WinXP PC, one connecting to an NT4 server via TCP/IP (not DHCP). The other connects to a NetWare 3.12 server via NWLINK. TCP/IP is enabled on both NICs. Internet connectivity is via satellite on the NetWare side. The problem is, after booting up...

    ITKE366,930 pointsBadges:
  • KIA Quiz #23: Common sense disabled

    Windows 2000's TCP/IP network stack contains a feature called "media sensing" that can cause more problems than it solves. It allows Windows to detect whether or not a network cable is plugged into a NIC. To disable this feature:

    ITKE366,930 pointsBadges:

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