production network card is not the first bound network card   Leave a comment

Often when you do a validation health check the first nic is not the first nic and you did check it in the network options. There is a way to change this or to checkit.

You can change it in the advanced settings with the up down arrow.

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OR

Do this with WMI

Open a admin Command prompt in the search/run  type CMD and instead of hitting the Enter key, use Ctrl+Shift + Enter this opens the Admin CMD.

Now Run :

wmic nicconfig get description, SettingID > C:\nicguidconfig.txt

Lookup the nicguidconfig.txt

It looks like this :

 

Description                                  SettingID                              
WAN Miniport (SSTP)                          {E28D896F-9EA8-433A-9C10-66C97C19A921} 
WAN Miniport (IKEv2)                         {DEA99649-B5BF-4318-B16E-A36317939C93} 
WAN Miniport (L2TP)                          {483C9FF8-503D-414B-B402-E4C1F1F568CB} 
WAN Miniport (PPTP)                          {C0DE3E38-8BA7-479F-8B75-833F294C5AA8} 
WAN Miniport (PPPOE)                         {DB2B4279-B5CF-4626-9DBA-32D0ECE44C87} 
WAN Miniport (IPv6)                          {F3229805-869E-479E-BA76-DD643F1D1B80} 
WAN Miniport (Network Monitor)               {72DD97A9-E544-4915-88D8-44E829C34F68} 
Intel(R) 82566MM Gigabit Network Connection  {39F6A82E-D18C-4642-A721-61BB49CC894B} 
WAN Miniport (IP)                            {7C5653F0-144A-4534-9E34-28AC99CBA85E} 
Broadcom 802.11 Multiband-netwerkadapter     {C4A5D563-B776-40BB-BA44-FF01E000D37B} 
RAS Async Adapter                            {E2F8A220-AF88-446C-9A55-453E58DD3A33} 
Microsoft ISATAP Adapter                     {D70E80B8-8684-4391-AAE8-F7104BBD5749} 
Microsoft ISATAP Adapter                     {5EAB7E38-392E-42DD-AF36-3540D3265724} 
Bluetooth-apparaat (Personal Area Network)   {EBFF2180-B91D-409C-B983-3DD788A7F3BC} 
Microsoft ISATAP Adapter                     {A0E7C614-5C66-4A1F-8C5E-E41F81C0A5C2} 
Microsoft 6to4 Adapter                       {4749EF9C-66DA-499B-BA8D-43AA8D76422A} 

 

Now that we have the Guid we go to the Register and look it up :

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\Tcpip\Linkage\Bind

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Open the Bind

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Cut and paste GUID’s so that production network card (or NIC team) is at the top of the list.

Save key and confirm binding is correct via ipconfig /all

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Your Done

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