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Microsoft System Center: Building a Virtualized Network Solution by Mitch Tulloch, Damian Flynn, Michel Luescher, Alvin Morales, Nigel Cain

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CHAPTER 3Port profiles

Port profiles (and logical switches) act as containers, essentially templates, for the properties and capabilities to be applied to network adapters. These tools allow you to consistently apply the same settings and capabilities to network adapters across multiple hosts. You can configure network adapter settings and capabilities on each host computer in your environment by making the necessary changes manually (or via Windows PowerShell), but if you've deployed Microsoft System Center 2012 SP1 Virtual Machine Manager (VMM), the recommended approach is use port profiles and logical switches to define the list of logical networks and the set of properties and capabilities you want to deploy.

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