Can ping websites but can't browse

So I'm running into an issue that is maddening because I can't figure out the solution.  I installed a new Win2012R2 VM on a server and I go to run Windows Update post-install and it fails.  I then open up IE and try to browse to some sites and get all Page Cannot be displayed errors.  Change the DNS from DHCP to manual and pointing it to one of the DC's on site, still nothing.  Turn off ESC and Windows Firewall; nothing.  If I try and ping the sites through command prompt I get responses no problem.

Any help would be great
MikeIT ManagerAsked:
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Kyle AbrahamsSenior .Net DeveloperCommented:
What kind of website?

Assuming your running IIS?  Do you have the services started for that?  If it's a .Net app did you install and register to iis (aspnet_regiis -i)?
RayData AnalystCommented:
Let me make sure I understand what you're describing at the hear of the issue:

You CAN ping via command prompt

You CANNOT browse to via a web browser such as IE

If this is correct, is there any process on the system that might block traffic on port 80 or block the HTTP protocol?  The pings don't don't use either.
Also, have you tried HTTPS
MikeIT ManagerAuthor Commented:
Found the issue; apparently the default gateway disappeared from a the network adapter I had bound to Hyper-V.

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MikeIT ManagerAuthor Commented:
Network adapter settings on hypervisor.
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