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Posted  08 Dec 2008 - 21:02:11

Category: Windows


Setting network interface priority in Vista

Issue:
You are having a hard time finding the network priority settings in Windows Vista.

Solution:
It's a bit hidden by default. Do the following:

  1. Click Start.
  2. Right click "Network" and click "Properties".
  3. Click "Manage network connections" among the links to the left.
  4. Click "Organize" / "Layout" / "Menu Bar".
  5. In the Menu Bar, click "Advanced" / "Advanced Settings".
  6. At this point it should look the same as it does in Windows XP and you can change the order by selecting the interfaces and clicking the buttons to the right (up and down).



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