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By tcraigscott ·
Is there anyway to set up hardware profiles in windows NT so that one profile network adapter binding could be one way and another profile they are set up another way.

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by tcraigscott In reply to Adapter Binding settings

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by dmiles In reply to Adapter Binding settings

No,you can not setup up a binding cofiguration in the profile when it is the network configuration that connects the protocols and how you access the internet or shared resources.

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by tcraigscott In reply to Adapter Binding settings

The hardware profile is stored locally on the machine and it doesn't need to access the network to make any changes because I can do it all logged in as the local administrator.

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by t.kotoulas In reply to Adapter Binding settings

The hardware profile concerns basically the driver configuration of all devices in your installed hardware list. NT provides you with an option of disabling all network devices, because their mulfunctions and improper drivers cause the majority of problems in networking issues.
The above have nothing to do with the protocols and bindings that you apply ON YOUR INSTALLED DRIVER that makes the lowest layer connection with your hardware.
There is a way to keep different bindings and protocols etc. if you apply different things in two or more adapters and via the bindings page you disable and enable things accordingly.

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by tcraigscott In reply to Adapter Binding settings

Explain further how to keep the difference binding settings?

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