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By csco ·
I have a server on my network emmitting NLB heartbeats. Since I know we don't use NLB and we have students building servers I can conclude that this is a mis-configuration. Due to the nature of NLB, it's difficult to locate the server without shutting down each one until I find it. Can anyone suggest a way to find it without going to this extreme?

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locate the service the event manager and stop it

by fswalef In reply to NLB

Network Load Balancing
The following are the principal Network Load Balancing components. They are installed to each Network Load Balancing cluster host ("Wlbs" remains from a previous version of the software):

The Network Load Balancing networking device driver.

The Network Load Balancing control program. Except for changing registry parameters, you can use Wlbs.exe from the command line to start, stop, and administer Network Load Balancing, as well as to enable and disable ports and to query cluster status.

For information about command-line syntax and arguments that Wlbs.exe carries out, see Windows 2000 Network Load Balancing Help.

Network Load Balancing Help.

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by csco In reply to locate the service the e ...

That would be great if I knew what server to go to.

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