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Tag Archives: Windows Server 2012

Removing an Adapter’s Gateway Using PowerShell

While trying to improve operations and fix some bugs in the networking module in Corefig, I encountered something interesting. The new PowerShell commands (PowerShell 3.0 cmdlets found in Hyper-V Server 2012, Windows Server 2012, and Windows 8) don’t remove gateways from adapters in the way that we NETSH users are accustomed to. Strangely, it appears that some of the workarounds users found for 2008 R2 don’t work anymore.

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Virtual Network/Switch Troubleshooting

For the most part, virtual switches are pain-free to implement and maintain. When something does go wrong, there are tools available to help you get through.

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