We have two B200m blades that we have installed with Windows 2008 R2 and need to determine if the current driver set available for the MK81R/MK82R for Windows 2008 R2 supports VLAN tagging from inside of Windows. If anyone could point me in the right direction I would surely appreciate it!
Windows has never been a great OS for trunking multiple VLANs. The best way to set an individual adapter to a certain VLAN is to set it as the Native VLAN on the UCSM side. The order of the vNICs seen in the UCSM and the order that windows sees them is not always the same so match them up by MAC address, then set the Native VLAN to the correct one on the vNIC within the UCSM and you should be all set within Windows.
Drivers can be found on the Cisco.com Support page, under
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