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How to change network profiles on Window 2012R2 Server
1/12/2018
After a restart of one of our servers (a Windows Server 2012 R2), all private connections become public and vice versa. Things like pinging and iSCSI stopped working, and after some investigation it turned out this was the cause.


    

1/12/2018
How to change network profiles on Window 2012R2 Server

THE PROBLEM:
After a restart of one of our servers (a Windows Server 2012 R2), all private connections become public and vice versa (this user had the same problem). Stuff like pinging and iSCSI stopped working, and after some investigation it turned out this was the cause.

The problem is that I don't know how to make them private again. Left-clicking the network icon in the tray shows the "modern" sidebar, but it only shows a list of connections, and right-clicking them doesn't show any options.

What could be the problem, and is there a way to change these settings? I have to make one of the connections public (Internet access), and two of them private (backbone).

SOLUTION:

  1. Run prompt and type gpedit.msc
  2. Navigate to: Computer Configuration/Windows Settings/Security Setting /Network List Manager Policies.
  3. Choose your Network name in the right pane.
    Note: To show networks not currently connected, right-click Network List Manager Policies in the left pane and choose Show All Networks.
  4. Go to Network Location tab and change the Location type from Public to Private