This driver can manage only one VLAN at its level.
Next, free to operating system to manage multiple VLANs at its level. In this case, do not specify any VLANs in the Intel driver.
Windows Server is not able to manage VLANs natively. (Such as S-VLANs or BRs or BONDs)
The Linux kernel or BSD allows it. (for years)
Perhaps digging in this direction if possible or use multiple NIC on Windows.
I've just seen that apparently Windows Server knows manage native VLANs :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTiGnv3lQC0 Windows Server 2012 - Configuration du Teaming et du Teaming Vlan - YouTube
Thank you for the post. Here is the website you can refer to creating VLAN in Windows 2016,
And thanks to IgorPo for sharing the information as well.