June 2014. This is the new home for NVSPBind, written by Keith Mange, after the archive.code.msdn.microsoft was archived and deleted. More information about the utility can be found at http://blogs.technet.com/b/jhoward/archive/2010/01/25/announcing-nvspbind.aspx and in the attached readme file. The links for downloading are below.

 

nvspbind is a tool for modifying network bindings from the command line. It is especially useful in Server Core environments with the Hyper-V role enabled.

It can be used to set the correct bindings for NICs used in Virtual Networks.

It can also be used to enable or disable specific bindings on any NIC and to query and change the NIC connection order.

It utilizes the INetCfg APIs documented on MSDN (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms805265.aspx).

Most options are documented in the readme and nvpsbind.txt which download with the install.

To get help run “nvspbind.exe /?”

C:\>nvspbind /?

Hyper-V Network VSP Bind Application 6.1.7690.0.
Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Usage: nvspbind option NIC protocol

Options:
/n display NIC information only
/u unbind switch protocol from specified nic(s)
/b bind switch protocol to specified nic(s)
/d disable binding of specified protocol from specified nic(s)
/e enable binding of specified protocol to specified nic(s)
/r repair bindings on specified nic(s)
/o show NIC order for specified protocol
/+ move specified NIC up in binding order for specified protocol
/- move specified NIC down in binding order for specified protocol
/++ move specified NIC up to top of binding order for specified protocol
/-- move specified NIC down to bottom of binding order for specified protocol


There are three variations:

Microsoft_Nvspbind_package.EXE is the standard 64 bit version for server core.

32bit_Nvspbind_package.EXE is a 32 bit version that works on Vista and newer.

XP_Nvspbind_package.EXE is a reduced functionality 32 bit version that works on XP and newer.


Although I work for Microsoft as a developer on the Hyper-V team, I must point out that as the license tab indicates this tool and documentation are provided "as-is". You bear the risk of using it. No express warranties, guarantees or conditions are provided. It is not supported or endorsed by Microsoft Corporation and should be used at your own risk.