You are currently not connected to any networks

I am currently using LogMeIn to connect to a PC. If i look in the Network and Sharing Center on the remote PC it says "You are currently not connected to any networks" yet I am still connected to the PC so it must be connected. Why is there no detail of this network displayed in the Network and Sharing Center?
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Ganesh Kumar ASr Infrastructure SpecialistCommented:
Please also try following steps to troubleshoot the issue.
 
1. Download the latest network adapter driver from the manufacturer website and install it in compatible mode. If the issue persists, please temporarily disable the adapter and re-enable it again for a test.
 
2. Verify relevant service
 
a. Click "Start", go to run, type "services.msc" (without quotation marks) in the open box and press Enter.
b. Click Continue button to verify the administrator permission.
c. Right click the "Network Location Awareness" service and choose Properties.
d. On General tab click Start.
e. Choose Automatic next to Startup type.
f. Click OK.
 
3. Restart the computer in Safe Mode with Networking for a test.
 
AND

he processes running the NlaSvc and Netprofm services (using ProcMon), both may be denied read/write access to subkeys within the HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\NetworkList hierarchy.  

The processes were running as NetworkService and LocalService, respectively, Try adding full access for these service accounts to the entire subkey mentioned above.  Notice that permissions are not automatically inherited in the registry, so you may need to explicitly "replace all child object permissions with inheritable permissions from this object".

A reboot was required to fix the tray icon and its popup.

AND

Click Start
Type Run
Type Regedit
Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
Expand Software
Expand Microsoft
Expand Windows NT
Expand Current Version
Right Click Network List
Right Click Permissions
For all users except CREATOR OWNER ensure that you have Full Control and Read ticked for all other accounts.
Reboot your machine

AND RENAME THE CACHE LIST

Click Start
Type Run
Type Regedit
Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
Expand Software
Expand Microsoft
Expand Windows NT
Expand Current Version
Expand NetworkList
Expand Nla
Right click and Rename Cache to e.g. Cache.old
Reboot your machine

OR

GOTO Hkey_local_machine\software\microsoft\windows NT\current version\networklist and right click on each folder inside it such as NEWNETWORKS and NLA and PERMISSIONS, PROFILES and SIGNATURES then choose permissions after clicking right click now when you open the permissions dialogue for each file you`ll have a list of USERS and a list of permissions so give each user in the list a full control and you`ll see the problem solved.

OR

Go to start and wright regedit
Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
Expand Software
Expand Microsoft
Expand Windows NT
Expand Current Version
Expand Networklists
Expand Profiles
click on the folders under the profile and next to description it will have the name of the connection pick the folder that has the name if the one u are using and right click it go to permissions in user tike allow full control should work for you now.

Refer this article which may helps : http://blogs.technet.com/b/networking/archive/2009/06/19/missing-network-map-under-network-and-sharing-center-in-windows-vista-or-windows-server-2008.aspx

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Muhammad BurhanManager I.T.Commented:
please share what you see in Network Adapters in Device Manager and Network and Sharing Center.
Now ThenNot applicableAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your help Ganesh. Worked a treat.
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