Networking

Change the Binding Order in Windows XP

To change the Binding Order in Windows XP:

  1. Start / Settings / Control Panel.

  2. Click Network and Internet Connections.

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  3. Click Network Connections.

  1. On the Advanced menu, press Advanced Settings.

  1. Select the adapter whose Binding Order you wish to change in the Connections box.

  2. Use the arrows on the right side of the Binding for <Adapter Name> to order the protocols.

  3. Press OK.

  4. If you are prompted to restart, press Yes.

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