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Local Area Connection Disable Randomly Itself

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There is an issue with some PC's NIC in our workstation that LAN gets disable itself and you have to go physically to the users computer to enable it.

I have tried some solution like unchecking the power option from power management in NIC properties and other stuff like this.... but no result..

Please help out!!!!

Thanks,
Aryan

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You have to check the Bios CMOS setup in that enable the network boot from the client and check it and change the all other system on your client.

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