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Operating System

Windows Server 2012





Note: The following sections provide details about the specific issue. Italics indicates UI text that appears in the Best Practices Analyzer tool for the specific issue.


Some virtual switches are bound to a team interface but the team interface doesn’t pass traffic on all VLANs to the virtual switches.


The following virtual switches cannot have access to all VLANs: \n{0}


Use Server Manager or the Windows PowerShell cmdlet Set-NetLbfoTeamNic to reset the team interface to the default mode.

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