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How to disable TOE feature from Windows Server 2008 correctly?


How to disable TOE feature from Windows Server 2008 correctly?

Hi, one of our clients is running a critical app in HP Gen8 servers and there is a incompatibility issue with TOE, and now we need to disable it.

The physical server have two NC112T PCIe adapters and configured NIC teaming by NCU.


I tried to disable the TOE related settings from both adapters using Device Manager, and also disabled those settings from NIC teaming by NCU tool. After a reboot the server lost IP info and teaming is no longer working. We cannot troubleshoot this problem since we are in the production environment, so rollback plan was applied.


I tried to search internet but cannot find standard procedure to disable TOE, so I'd like to know how to disable TOE from HP server correctly? And how to check if non-TOE is working properly?


BTW, I can work with the NETSH command to disable TOE from Windows level and everything fine now.


Any suggestions?


Thanks in advance.