John Howard - Senior Program Manager in the Hyper-V team at Microsoft

Senior Program Manager, Hyper-V team, Windows Core Operating System Division.

NVSPBind - temporarily unavailable

NVSPBind - temporarily unavailable

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Quick note as I've been inundated with emails saying that NVSPBind is not available for download as of a week or so back. The reason is that the archive site of code.msdn.microsoft.com was really archived. We're in the process of re-uploading it. Normal service should be resumed soon.

Update 19th June 2014: The tool is now available at http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Hyper-V-Network-VSP-Bind-cf937850

Cheers,
John.

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  • John, did you have any progress on re-uploading it?

  • I am also looking for this. It does not appear to be available anywhere else.

  • Hi John

    Any further update as to when this will be available to download?

  • We're waiting for the re-upload.

  • Hi John, I need urgent xp version from nvspbind. Do you know where I can find it?

  • Hi John, I need urgent xp version from nvspbind. Do you know where I can find it?

  • John, did you have any progress on re-uploading it?

  • Hi John, is the tool somewhere else available? I am looking to downloading it, to set the binding order on our Hyper-V server.

  • Just checking up. Any ETA for this to be available again?

  • Can we have an update please? I already emailed the archive folks at Microsoft asking for help. This tools appears to be the only one capable of unbinding both IPv4 and IPv6 across many Windows platforms and amazingly I can find no other download source of this...we really need this tool. Thank you!

  • This tool has been unavailable for over a month. I have a bind order issue on a new cluster deployment and need this tool ASAP. Could it not be posted somewhere else in the meantime?

  • This is now re-published at http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Hyper-V-Network-VSP-Bind-cf937850

  • Awesome! Thank you!

  • This is a fantastic utility, but the license only specifies that we can use it on flavors of Hyper-V server. May we use this on our Windows 7 machines?

  • My oh my. I can't answer that question quickly - it would be a drawn out process where we'd need to get the license terms changed in conjunction with the appropriate legal folks internally. According to the letter of the license as it stands today, the answer is no.

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