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Discus and support Hello, please consider these questions. (network connections) Many communities report ill... in AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security to solve the problem; I come to you to report that many forums and communities on the Web have been encountering connections with varied IP addresses, originating from our... Discussion in 'AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security' started by FrancisMonteiro, Aug 9, 2019.

  1. Hello, please consider these questions. (network connections) Many communities report ill...


    I come to you to report that many forums and communities on the Web have been encountering connections with varied IP addresses, originating from our desktop PCS (including notebooks) with Windows 10 installed, and they're linked by "netstat -abn" to the system's utilities, or apps, such as svchost, lsass.exe, ismagent.

    Please heed that many different IP addresses are used everytime, even during one single session of logon, with a continuous use of the same protocol TCP or UDP port 443. It does seem that Microsoft Azure is put into use for whatever these software application perform, but we in the several communities just can't fathom why and what. Here's what would change it all and help us allow such connections with peace of mind: are all connections to and from Microsoft Azure using port 443 licensed services within Windows 10? And why is it that many IPs make use of the same port, and by different executables that Windows actually has?

    Among many users in the community, no member actually wields exact information to clarify, so I thought up of asking Microsoft. Information shared on websites, forums and communities point to a diagnosis of suspicious binaries and a suspicious connection in each case. Could we clarify some technical opinions as they're provided here, so we can start ruling out the diagnosis of malware and trojans with port 443? (some users and forum members claim "https - that is, services in 443 mostly often" is one way to circumvent security screening, so the reports in these claims are driven towards malware and whatnot) I wish we knew what this all is ... we surefire become wary of online threats and we strive to maintain the Operating System.

    If need be, let us know also on the official Microsoft forums and knowledge base sites, because search results do not suffice with the appropriate authoritative answers. And we apologize if this inquiry turns out to be needles with the May Updates. People seem to not truly figure out why IPs and ports are so recurrent links even without network applications running, pretty much like none, and we indeed find out many either in the background or within the assortment of Windows' own executables.

    Yours thankful.

    :)
     
    FrancisMonteiro, Aug 9, 2019
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  2. Losing network connection

    Hello Dear, if you have a laptop or a PC with a wireless network adapter, you can see a list of available wireless networks and then connect to one of those networks. The wireless networks will only appear if your PC has a wireless network adapter installed, the adapter is turned on, and the wireless access point is in range.

    1. Click Start, click Control Panel, click Network and Internet Connections, and then click Network Connections.

    2. In the left pane, under Network Tasks, click View available wireless networks.
    In case, If you don't see the network you want to connect to, click Refresh network list. If you see the network but the signal is weak, move the PC closer to the wireless router.

    3. Click the network you want to connect to, and then click Connect.

    4. If you're connecting to a secure network, type the security key, and then click OK.

    I Hope you solve out your query soon.
     
    martinkaren77, Aug 9, 2019
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  3. Mel Tar Win User
    No network connection

    Hello Graham,

    To resolve your concern about wireless network issues, please click the link below and follow the suggested troubleshooting steps:

    Let us know how it goes.
     
    Mel Tar, Aug 9, 2019
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  4. pmokover Win User

    Hello, please consider these questions. (network connections) Many communities report ill...

    Network Reporting/Listing Problem


    I have three PCs in a Workgroup network. All are connected to the router via Ethernet. All are running Windows 10 Pro 64bit with the latest updates. All connect to the Internet with no problems. Each one connects to the other two for file sharing.

    I'm not having a network connection problem but I am having what I would call a reporting or listing problem. Specifically, in File Explorer, PC#3 does not show up under Network. PC#1 and PC#2 show up in File Explorer on all three PCs but PC#3 does not show up on any of the PCs. Again, all three PCs ARE connecting with each other but PC#3 is just not showing up on the network list.

    If I manually type \\PC3\ in the Windows Explorer address bar, it instantly shows up under Network. If I close Windows Explorer and open it again later I have to manually type \\PC3\ again to get it to show.

    So, it's not a connection problem. PC#3 is connected to the other two. It's just not automatically showing up under Network in Windows Explorer.

    I don't think it's a hardware or driver problem because there's no connection problem. There's just a reporting/listing problem.

    Any clues or suggestions appreciated!

    Peter
     
    pmokover, Aug 9, 2019
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