Last week I was looking for a way to configure certain NIC options by command-line/script. Options like binding order and disable services on nic’s. Initially I found it hard to find any scripts/tools. Eventually I was pointed (thanks Edwin) to a tool called NVSPBind.
To get help run “nvspbind.exe /?”
Hyper-V Network VSP Bind Application 6.1.7690.0.
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/n display NIC information only
/u unbind switch protocol from specified nic(s)
/b bind switch protocol to specified nic(s)
/d disable binding of specified protocol from specified nic(s)
/e enable binding of specified protocol to specified nic(s)
/r repair bindings on specified nic(s)
/o show NIC order for specified protocol
/+ move specified NIC up in binding order for specified protocol
/- move specified NIC down in binding order for specified protocol
/++ move specified NIC up to top of binding order for specified protocol
/– move specified NIC down to bottom of binding order for specified protocol
There are three variations available here:
Microsoft_Nvspbind_package.EXE is the standard 64 bit version for server core.
32bit_Nvspbind_package.EXE is a 32 bit version that works on Vista and newer.
XP_Nvspbind_package.EXE is a reduced functionality 32 bit version that works on XP and newer.
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