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Stack Exchange network consists of 171 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow , the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.In Windows 7, after a few weeks of running Hamachi

Stack Exchange network consists of 171 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow , the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.

In Windows 7, after a few weeks of running Hamachi VPN, the internet icon in the system tray shows a red "X", indicating I have no network connection:

This is false, as I am not only connected to two networks, I'm also connected to the internet (as shown below), therefore, the icon should show no errors.

Stack Exchange network consists of 171 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow , the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.

In Windows 7, after a few weeks of running Hamachi VPN, the internet icon in the system tray shows a red "X", indicating I have no network connection:

This is false, as I am not only connected to two networks, I'm also connected to the internet (as shown below), therefore, the icon should show no errors.

I have about 10 users on VMware View Client running Windows 7 32 bit. I have had most of them at some point have a red X on the network icon, the only way I have been able to get rid of it is to delete there profile in AD for the virtual machine and have them log back in. This has taken care of the issue but they lose all that they had installed on the View Client machine. Now I have two of the users showing the red X again. Does anyone know what could be causing this and any other ways to fix it?

If I click on it it does not show our network and if I click on my computer it says they don't have access to it but if the open MS Word or Excel and go to recent document they can open them and save them to the network and I can ping the servers on the network. They are using a fresh image.

Is this a roaming profile or some type of local profile?   Is the virtual profile perhaps sharing a profile with a physical machine?     I'm not sure if that would carry over but it's worthwhile to rule it out. 

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