You might have some luck if you switch around the binding order of your network cards:
- Right-click the "Networks" icon in your system tray and choose Open Network and Sharing Center
- Click Change adapter settings on the left
- On the Advanced menu, choose Advanced Settings. If you don't see an Advanced menu, hit the left ALT key, and it should appear.
- Swap the order in which your Connections are ordered.
- Disable / re-enable both.
I'd give this a 30-70 chance (against) of working, but what's 30 seconds of your life, right?
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Thank you so much, you know its the little niggles that get you so much more than the big show stoppers.
File this under "blind squirrel finding a nut". Had to happen at some point.
Another tool you might find useful is ForceBindIP - It allows you to force a program to bind to a particular IP address / NIC - I use it sometimes when I want my WebEx connection to flow out over my phone's data plan while I do VOIP over my machine's built-in NIC. It's command-line, but still usable: