NVSPBIND.exe (Network VSP Bind - download)

Modify network bindings. Especially useful in Server Core environments with the Hyper-V role enabled.
Windows 8 /2008/2012 n.b. this is an 'unsupported' tool.

Syntax
      NVSPBIND option NIC protocol

Options:
   /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

Examples:

Obtain the GUID which uniquely identifies the adapter:
C:\> nvspbind
{F93642D9-9085-4EEF-9669154AD4391ED7}
"pci\ven_8086&dev_10c9&subsys_a03c8086"
"Intel(R) Gigabit ET Dual
...

Unbind the protocol ms_server (the short name for File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks) using the GUID:
C:\> nvspbind -d {F93642D9-9085-4EEF-9669154AD4391ED7} ms_server

Set the priority of the 'Wireless network connection' to the top of the binding order:
C:\> nvspbind.exe /++ "Wireless Network Connection" ms_tcpip

"Talent is hitting a target no-one else can hit, genius is hitting a target no-one else can see" ~ Schopenhauer

Related:

NETSH - Configure Network Interfaces, Windows Firewall & Remote access
NVSPSCRUB.js - Delete all virtual adapters (and thus return physical)
Q140859 - Win NT TCP/IP Routing Basics
ROUTE - Manipulate network routing tables.


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