17 December 2015 For Management
A restricted network is a problem that many Internet users generally encounter. It means that for the lawsuit there is a broken internet connection on your PC. Sometimes your PC can get an IP address to connect to the ISP and provide you with the Internet, but even then the problems persist and the gateway for browsing and downloading the Internet is compromised and inaccessible. Below are some steps that will solve your problem.
Step 1- Uninstall additional antivirus
The first step is to uninstall the additional antivirus you are using because some settings occur on the port that hinder or even block network sharing on your PC.
Do it, close the browser if it is open, restart your PC and check if the problem is solved.
Step 2: Restart the Network List Service
In the search box, search for- services.msc.
In the services window that opens, right-click 'Network List Service ‘.
Step 3 - Troubleshoot
Not long after troubleshooting where your PC is scanned for network connectivity, you will see a list of issues along with their IP addresses which will be corrected to get the limited network yellow flag in Windows 10.
Step 4 - Disable the firewall
For a limited time, disable the firewall.
To disable the firewall, search for the firewall in the search box on the taskbar.
To save the final changes, click the "OK" button.
Restart your browser and see if the problem is resolved.
Step 5 - Update the NIC driver
If there are any related updates, they will be installed automatically.
Restart your PC to check if you can access Fix Limited Network Yellow Mark in Windows 10.
Step 6- Add gateway
Getting the gateway is easy via the command prompt.
Type ipconfig and press Enter.
You will find your default gateway.
Click on the network connection.
In the new window that follows, double-click on “Internet Protocol Version 4”.
Removing the yellow mark from the network icon in Windows 10
Open the Run box by pressing the window and the R keys at the same time. Type regedit in the frame and click “OK”.
Confirm in User Account Control to view Registry Editor.
Follow the following path:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> SOFTWARE -> Policies -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Network connections