Cisco access list on an SVI

When setting up an access list on an SVI (3560 or 3750), I don't get the same results when setup on a router such as a 1900.

I have a PC with IP and another device with IP  On the switch, the SVIs are vlan 1 -, and vlan 2 -  The pc is using default gateway   I have an acl on the vlan 1 interface to block all ip traffic from the host to anything.  

If I ping from to, it goes through and I get replies.
If I ping from to, it fails.
If I ping from to (win firewall off), it fails.
I can also remote desktop from the pc to the pc.

Here is the acl

ip access-list extend vlan1acl
   deny ip host any
   permit ip any any

int vlan 1
   ip addr
   ip access-group vlan1acl in

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tiptechsAuthor Commented:
Found the issue was with a wireless nic being turned on.  All ACLs are working as they should be.

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