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Hyper-V: No Internet Access

Network and Sharing Center.  For Domain Network lists Access Type as  "No Internet Access".  [Yet I can ping internet nodes by ip and domain names from the VM].

Back Ground - below.

I running on a domain.

I have 4 Nic's in my 2012R2Std host that are teamed.  At the VM level I created a Virtual Switch by going to Hyper-V-Manager / "Virtual Switch Manager" .  It was configured for External Network (Microsoft Network Adaptor Multiplexor Driver) & Allow Management Operating System to Share this Network Adapter.  It is called "Virtual Switch - NicTTeam1".

In the Hyper-V settings for this VM.  Network Adaptor is set to "Virtual Switch - NicTTeam1".   In the VM OS sees the network adaptor as "Microsoft Hyper-v Network Adaptor #2".

Network and Sharing on the VM shows for the Domain Network, No Internet Access.  Host looks fine.
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Windows uses a specific Microsoft server to verify internet connectivity. It will falsely report that there is no internet access if it can't reach that specific server, even if internet access actually does work. A variety of things can cause this: firewall rules, etc. So it may just be a false positive, which is what it sounds like based on your rest of your description and being able to reach other resources.
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