If you want to reset network adapters on Windows Server, execute the following script on PowerShell (run PowerShell with admin privileges)

You have to run the script locally on a server machine.

while($(ping 8.8.8.8) -like "*Reply*"){
"Server replied"
}
"Server unreachable"
Restart-NetAdapter Ethernet0
Send-MailMessage -From "[email protected]" -To "[email protected]" -Subject "server down" -SmtpServer "smtp.yourdomain.com"

Reference

Script to Reset Windows Network Adapters
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