Ever wonder how to beat the speed limitation on the network interface card (NIC)? Or better yet, provide a redundant connection to your server? I set out to research how to make this happen. Through my research, I found out about network teaming on Windows Server 2012 R2, and how it can provide both speed and redundancy for a server infrastructure. This article shows you briefly how to configure network teaming on Windows Server. The server is a Dell PowerEdge server with a quad port NIC. I’m going to connect all four ports into a Link Aggregated Connection Protocol (LACP) mode.