# PowerTip: Find Network Adapters Not Bound to TCP/IP

Dr Scripto

Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to find network adapters that are not bound to TCP/IP.

I am troubleshooting a computer that will not connect to the network, and I suspect the protocol bindings.
How can I find network adapters that are not bound to TCP/IP?

Use the Get-NetAdapterBinding Windows PowerShell function, filter on a display name of TCP,
and see if the protocol is enabled, for example:

Get-NetAdapterBinding -DisplayName *tcp* | where {!(\$_.enabled)}