Fix: Your Network Connection Status is reported as “Unidentified Network”

You have a server/client which in Network Connection Status shows up as “Unidentified Network” though it has all of its DNS server   “Open Network and Sharing Center” Select the appropriate network adapter, right click and select Disable Wait for a moment and again right click and select “Enable”    Now, it should go and get properly registered on the network and should show up appropriate AD Domain name in the connection status < p> Advertisements


Windows Server 2012 Roles and Features

Top Level Default server roles in Server 2012: A total of #19 Roles Active Directory Certificate Services – AD CS Active Directory Domain Services – AD DS Active Directory Federation Services – AD FS Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services – AD LDS Active Directory Rights Management Services – AD RMS Application Server DHCP Server DNS Server Fax Server File And Storage Services (Installed)  By default Hyper-V Network Policy and Access Services – NPS Print and Document Services Remote Access Remote Desktop Services – RDS Volume Activation Services Web Server (IIS) Windows Deployment Services – WDS Windows Server Update Services – […]