To change the NIC binding order or NIC protocol order you can use do that using the GUI tool or via command line with nvspbind utility:
Login to the computer with administrative credentials
clicking Start > Run , typing ncpa.cpl and press Enter
Press Alt+N to display the Advanced menu
Select Advanced Settings. On the Adapters and Bindings tab, highlight your NIC and use the arrows on the right hand side to adjust it’s binding order.
You can use the command line nvspbind to automate NIC binding on Core servers or for multiple servers:
Below are some nvspbind examples to enable and disable specific network settings
nvspbind -d “Nic Name” ms_tcpip6 (To uncheck IPV 6 on a Specific Network)
nvspbind -e “Nic Name” ms_tcpip6 (To check IPV 6 on a Specific Network)
nvspbind -d “Nic Name” ms_server (To uncheck File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks)
nvspbind -e “Nic Name” ms_server (To check File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks)
Below are some nvspbind examples to Brint specific network binding order on top of the list.
nvspbind /++ “Nic Name ” ms_tcpip
nvspbind /– “Nic Name ” ms_tcpip
discussions about nvspbind: http://archive.msdn.microsoft.com/nvspbind/Thread/List.aspx