We recently installed AC 4.6 on a corporate laptop, but after the installation completes, TND fails and prompts the user to connect to the VPN.
While reviewing the ipconfig /all output on the laptop, I noticed there was a foreign domain name listed in the Connection-specific DNS suffix field of a disconnectedadapter (wlan in this case)... laptop was plugged into the network on the wired port. Everything else in the output looked fine.
So could this be the problem with TND on this laptop? This domain is nowhere to be found in the Windows 7 GUI network settings, however, so I cannot clear the value to test this theory.
Any thoughts? I would have expected TND to look at only the connected adapters.
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