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I have a windows seven computer on my network that keeps getting assigned zeros for the gateway and the actual gateway ip address is listed under it.  If I bring it up in safe mode it gets the right gateway address and I can get on the internet.

I uninstalled symantec endpoint  and for a second I could get back on the internet but when I rebooted the computer back to the gateway being set to zeros and no internet access.
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by:thehagman
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Is there any other firewall software active (or maybe rogue software)?
If no guesses help, you may want to run msconfig and try to determine the culprit experimentally with a binary search (i.e. start by disabling about half of the starting programs)
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I made sure all firewalls were disabled.  Symantec endpoint might still be trying to have it's firewall activated in some way I just don't know why it would only effect one machine out of twenty.  I'll start with your idea of disablling startup programs.

Thanks
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by:Amit Bhatnagar
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Weird but still happening..:)

http://lifeofheath.wordpress.com/2009/05/18/fixing-connection-issues-when-0-0-0-0-is-set-as-the-default-gateway/

Do you have Adobe's Boujour Service running on your box? If Yes, try and remove it,

http://forums.adobe.com/message/1634806#1634806
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by:Amit Bhatnagar
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It's Bonjour...Sorry for the Typo.
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Found the answer, it was some Adobe CS3 that did not like Win7.  It zeroed everything out whenever I installed it.  When I went to CS4 problem resolved.
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by:gg25fair
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Previous user pointed me in the abode direction, so I started looking at when the problem occured after using the pc for awhile.  It immediately started whenever CS3 was loaded.
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