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by lunarg on June 22nd 2015, at 10:29

The HP Network Config Utility provides advanced network configuration tasks for HP servers. It allows to set up NIC teaming, VLAN and more.

Uninstalling this software (e.g. after a P2V) is not possible through Control Panel (Add/Remove Programs) because it's not in the list like other HP software components. The only way to uninstall HP Network Config Utility is through an NIC's properties:

  1. Open the network properties for any Ethernet NIC (doesn't matter which one).
  2. In the This connection uses the following items: box (where you also set up IPv4/v6 settings), you'll see the HP Network Configuration Utilty.
  3. Select (click) it, then click the Uninstall button. At the following prompt, click Yes to confirm the uninstallation.
  4. After uninstallation, you may get a prompt to reboot the server.
 
 
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