I have a Dell PowerEdge R710 running
Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter and which was part of a
Hyper-V Failover Cluster. It has 8x
Broadcom BCM5709C NICs and three are teamed together to be my "Virtual Machines Team". The team works fine, but I'm having an issue with Hyper-V. It refuses to create a virtual network out of the teamed adapter and errors out with a message that I don't have permissions to do so. When I check the teamed adapter's properties it is bound to the
Microsoft Virtual Network Switch Protocol, Hyper-V just never went the extra step of making it into a virtual network.
As I said above, this server was part of a
Hyper-V Failover Cluster with another identical machine. The other machine has the exact same settings and it's teamed adapter is working fine as a virtual network in Hyper-V.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can try to get this working? My other option is to reload the OS again and see if that helps. Suggestions will be highly appreciated.