Is it possible to setup 2 instances of SMB with build-in Windows SMB?
For example: folders A, B, C and D are need to be shared. Server has 2 NICs. Is it possible to do that folder A and B is accessible through first NIC; C and D accessible through 2nd NIC?

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No. It is not possible to run multiple instances of SMB on a Windows server. Shares can not be bound to a specific nic or IP address either.

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