Network Connectivity Status Indicator (NCSI) is a feature within the Network Awareness feature to indicate whether or not your computer has Internet connectivity. There may be situations with in your corporate network (Isolated network) that you may need to configure NCSI to look for a local network resource instead of an Internet resource to satisfy … Continue reading Configuring Network [SOLVED] Network adapter shows no internet access - Spiceworks Jun 18, 2014 Networking Blog - Microsoft Tech Community Dear Dan,in the article, you've mentioned few times:Note: In Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2, only LBFO teaming was available. We do not recommend using LBFO on Windows Server 2016 and 2019 unless you are on a native host (without Hyper-V).and Note: In … DNS Hijacking?? | AT&T Community Forums Apr 30, 2016

How to use Group Policy to remove the Network Connectivity

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I think that the ncsi.txt file is needed for Windows 7, whereas the connecttest.txt file is needed for Windows 10. Then we put a DNS record in place so that "www.msftconnecttest.com" goes to You can test this first by putting it in your hosts file: www.msftconnecttest.com

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