Windows Server 2016 Setting port priority Adjusting the Network #Protocol Bindings multiple networks #winserv   Leave a comment

When building complex network configurations with Server 2016 you will need to adjust sometimes configuration settings that are not that easily to change in the GUI.

Suppose I have a big S2D cluster Or a NLB farm

In this configuration I have a Cluster that is using Storage spaces direct #S2D but On the SMB nic I don’t want to connect with RDP 

Or in the NLB farm I want to use a NLB nic that is used for RDP.

with the  Get-NetIPInterface we get a listing of the networks

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Get-NetAdapter shows us the name and nic name

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Our net step is list the current configuration and his settings for the Ports, in this case RDP

# list current settings
gwmi Win32_TSNetworkAdapterSetting -filter "TerminalName=’RDP-Tcp’" -namespace "root/cimv2/TerminalServices" | Select NetworkAdapterLanaID,NetworkAdapterName

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ID 0 which is "All network adapters configured with this protocol"

More info about Win32_TSNetworkAdapterSetting can be found here :

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa383811(v=vs.85).aspx

when we combine this in a variable to get some more info

#show netadapter bindings for RDS

$MVPRDP = gwmi Win32_TSNetworkAdapterSetting -filter "TerminalName=’RDP-Tcp’" -namespace "root/cimv2/TerminalServices"

$MVPRDP | select -expand DeviceIDList

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As this is the network name it is not that handy use this with the get-netadapter
$MVPRDP | select -expand NetworkAdapterList

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Now we know what to set on which adapter

# ID 0 which is "All network adapters configured with this protocol". 0,1,2,3

SO ID 0 is all and start counting with 1 as I want RDP only on my MGT lan I set this on Adapter 2

$MVPRDP.SetNetworkAdapterLanaID(2)

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gwmi Win32_TSNetworkAdapterSetting -filter "TerminalName=’RDP-Tcp’" -namespace "root/cimv2/TerminalServices" | Select NetworkAdapterLanaID,NetworkAdapterName

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now a little reboot and just to make sure there are no old connections and your done.

 
Or use a register key to set this option but what fun is that.

set HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Terminal Server\Winstations\RDP-tcp\LanAdapter
 

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Posted February 22, 2017 by Robert Smit [MVP] in Windows Server 2016

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