Network Connections not showing.

Posted on 2006-11-10
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Last Modified: 2008-02-01
I am trying to look at the status of my network connection by clicking in the Network Connections area via control panel. My network connections are not displayed so I cannot check the IP properties, file sharing, etc. However, I have connectivity and hardware manager shows the card active with no conflicts. How do I get the icon to appear again?
Question by:jcarter123
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Does your account have access?  What do you see in its place?

Try Start->Run->NCPA.CPL <Enter>

Also, try resetting the stack:
Start->Run->Cmd /c netsh int ip reset c:\ip.txt <Enter>


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