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    Client losing IPv4 gateway address

    One of our clients with static addressing loses the gateway address when turned off. When I can get onto it for 10 minutes I plan to reinstall the NIC. Anything else that might be causing the problem? I'll try a virus/malware scan if the NIC reinstall doesn't work.

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    This should fix it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    This should fix it
    Seems to have done the trick. Thanks Michael.

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    For reference, I've also seen this caused by old versions of Bonjour that get installed with Adobe CS2 products.

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