7% of my users are not able to connect to our internal network or the internet. All of the hardware checks out. The one thing they all have in common is that the Kaspersky installed on thier systems was out of data and in a 'Fix' state.
On one system I have un-installed the Kaspersky to see if that resolves the issue but it does not.
Doing a disable / enable of the network card does not fix it.
Doing an ipconfig /renew does not fixt it
Doing a repair does not fix it.
I have bounced our router and our firewall.
I have rebooted our DNS server
I feel like I am missing something simple but I don't know what it is.
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