Your getting the same error as him because you need to right click on powershell and run as administrator instead of just running powershell by clicking on it. Please post us if you need any help with Windows. I hope this gets resolved soon. Hi, Welcome and thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community. I don’t suppose you got anywhere with this?? I’m in the exact same boat with my new Windows 10 install. In reply to dcolpitts’s post on August 7,
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Broadcom Network Teaming & Windows 10
Did this solve your problem? Haileris Replied on August 25, This site in other languages x.
Thanks for marking this as the answer. KeyFoster Replied on August 14, I’m in the exact same boat with my new Windows 10 install. Tell us about your experience with our site. Anyone know the best way to report this bug to MSFT so we can get it some attention?? Please click on the link bcm570c to post your query:.
Broadcom Network Teaming & Windows 10 – Microsoft Community
This thread is locked. And I was just about to upgraded to a quad set-up.
In reply to what2belive’s post on August 21, In reply to dcolpitts’s post on August 7, The error doesn’t disappear on Windows Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. I have the same question Sorry this didn’t help. In Windows R2, the command would be:. I’ve downloaded the drivers and BASP from Broadcom’s website from August 5, and whenever I try to create my team all I get is “failed to commit team configuration!
I miss my team: KeyFoster – I don’t know if you are doing this or not, but you need to create the team from inside the Intel NIC driver.
I did in a round about way, but not in a manner that you are gonna like Hi, Welcome and thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community. Please click on the link below to post your query: Thanks for the response, RuFFF.
In reply to KeyFoster’s post on August 14, In reply to dcolpitts’s post on August 13, I don’t suppose you got anywhere with this?? Please post us if you need any help with Windows. I purchased an Intel IT2 adapter, loaded version Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services.
Once I did this the error disappeared. As your issue is regarding networking, I would suggest you to post your query in Microsoft TechNet forums for better suggestions and answer.
Add-NetLbfoTeamNic doesn’t work regardless of admin elevation. I didn’t try to add a vlan.