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NLB Cluster <IP address>: The network adapter to which NLB is bound does not support NDIS packet indications, which is commonly caused by outdated network adapter hardware and/or drivers. In order to properly load-balance incoming load, NLB requires that adapters support NDIS packet indications.
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According to Microsoft, your computer is using a network adapter that is either older or non-server-class. Network Load Balancing (NLB) requires that network adapters support Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) packet indications. NLB no longer accepts the older NDIS Packet Receive indications from network adapters. Incoming packets that arrive via this older mechanism will be dropped by NLB. See Microsoft Windows Server 2003-only NLB Events for more information on this issue.
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