Creating Intel® Advanced Network Services Teams and VLANs on Windows® 10





Creating Intel® Advanced Network Services teams and VLANs on Windows® 10 is now supported.

The 22.0.1 software release re-enables both Teaming and VLANs by performing a check on the OS version. This check ensures that the update has been applied before allowing the feature to be enabled.

Latest OS update required for Teams and VLANs on Windows® 10:
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Any Intel® Advanced Network Services Teams or VLANs created with Release 20.1, 20.2, or 20.3 on a Windows 10 system will be corrupted and can't be upgraded. The installer removes these existing Teams and VLANs. Team member devices that aren't produced by Intel revert to a default name. Renaming is only cosmetic and doesn't change the functionality. Reinstall their drivers to get the original names back.

Note  Intel® Advanced Network Services is only supported on the Windows® 10 Anniversary Update (Windows 10 Version 1607, build 10.0.14393) branch, and may not be supported on future versions.


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