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Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, NIC Teaming DNS Role Issue in Technical; I have teamed two intel NICs up in order to help with load balancing. Yesterday one of my servers very ...
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    NIC Teaming DNS Role Issue

    I have teamed two intel NICs up in order to help with load balancing.

    Yesterday one of my servers very inconveniently give up which meant i was left with only 1 DC.

    I am trying to promote my server with the teamed NICs but its erroring with DHCP faults during DNS registration.

    Is it possible to get around this.

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    Hi

    Are you trying to promote the NIC teamed server to a DC?

    If, so, has that promotion succeeded?

    What errors are you getting in the Event Log?

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    Sukh

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    Is the IP address for the team assigned statically or via DCHP?

    Also was the server that died holding any of the FSMO roles?

    If so try seizing them to your functioning DC before promoting the new server.

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