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I found a workaround here: the // lines as they are not the right way to comment lines in Power Shell and will spew out a ton of errors. Adding the default gateway as suggested by Targe T-San is the easier method.As I read from one forum, there's just one thing for Win7 to identify network - presence of default gateway.b) in this case, this PC becomes default gateway for others and has only one gateway - provider's one.Provider network should be Public, but local one is Home. They work only in Home locations and with Win7 PCs.Stack Exchange network consists of 175 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.Visit Stack Exchange I use a Windows 7 machine to share my internet connection, but the one network interface which are connected to my local network is marked as "Unidentified network", the sharing works well anyway but because the interface can't be chosen as Home network i can't use the Home Group features etc.
I also tried the pinging thing and got four nice healthy pings, so apparently the card is physically fine...?
c) this is unreachable since stupidish lock which prevents changing settings for unidentified network or identifying it manually. My second PC in local network is Win XP, so homegroups are just a junk for me.
Also, group policies which allow this are present but they don't work. See this blog from the Engineering Windows 7 team at Microsoft: At Home with Home Group in Windows 7, this explains how the Home categorization came about and works.
When I turned those settings off of Auto Negotiate and went to 10mbps then it worked fine.
Thinking back, I had the same problems with my PC since it used a newer card, it took a longer time to negotiate the proper speed.
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