The 1 site I have default SecureAnywhere DNS High Protection policy enabled are showing the Windows workstations as having no internet. They are online and are able to access some websites. As some of the end users explained it: "Some sites dont load, other times it takes long time for some sites to load"
I'm sure I'll need to be adding some work-related sites to white-list but Im concerned that this default policy is causing Windows to show the computer is not connected to the internet. Is there a policy setting I need to change or maybe the agents arent functioning properly and need reinstall?
Best answer by dm323
I'm quite sure any sites the end users are unable to access is a matter of tweaking the policy, but the Windows Network Status icon was displaying the computers being Connected, but no Internet. Apparently this is a known issue with a simple work around.
· Path: HK_LOCAl_MACHINE\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windowss\NetworkConnectivityStatusIndicator
· Paremter: NoActiveProbe
· Value: 1 (Disable the active probe)