Network / Sharing :: How To Bypass / Remove Windows 8 MAC Address Restrictions

Jun 25, 2014

I use a wireless network which utilizes MAC address filtering for security purposes and WEP encryption. I have a MAC address which is white listed on the network and am successfully able to access it by spoofing in my windows XP PC.

However, windows 8 has been giving me headaches since the last week because it simply refuses to alter the mac address to anything with the first octet being '00'.

I am using Qualcomm Atheros AR5BWB222 and TP Link WN7200ND devices. looking for a way in order to alter the MAC in my windows 8 or some way to scan the network with my windows XP PC and find out some other white listed MAC addresses from the router by LINUX or whatever means possible

Can I use airodump -ng on windows somehow (I don't know linux much) to sniff the whitelisted macs?

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Network / Sharing :: Hosted Network Doesn't Set IP Address

Jun 29, 2013

I generally create a hosted network with this command:

netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=foo key=foo
netsh wlan start hostednetwork

However, after running that script and restarting, it is unable to set the IP address (See screenshot).

Also, there are many logs in Event Viewer which says this: The DHCP allocator has disabled itself on IP address, since the IP address is outside the scope from which addresses are being allocated to DHCP clients. To enable the DHCP allocator on this IP address, change the scope to include the IP address, or change the IP address to fall within the scope.

I need to get this hosted network up and running!

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Network / Sharing :: Possible To Change IPV4 Address?

Jul 28, 2014

Is it possible to set MY Ethernet IPv4 Address as - as of now it's ....

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Network / Sharing :: WiFi Does Not Have Valid IP Address?

Dec 18, 2013

WiFi does not have valid ip address....

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Network / Sharing :: Different IP Address On Devices On Same Network

Apr 26, 2014

I own a Wifi connectivity from an ISP whose login method is to 1st connect to the wifi network and then login to its own website, after which only it allows to surf the net..

A couple days ago, there was a big storm outside my plcae and the connectivity was down for 1 day.. When the connectivity was restored, i found that the IP address generally used by my laptop was changed somehow..

To test it, i used another laptop in my house and tried to connect to the internet while already logged on from my own laptop to the ISP's website...

Since the spare laptop was connected to an IP address different than the one my laptop was using, It again threw me back to the ISP's homepage where i have to login again to surf the web...

However, when i try to login there, it gives out the error that the user id is same but the ip is different and hence i am not allowed to login in... All this while i can use net on my own laptop...

Similar is the case when i try to connect it to my iPhone... Same thing as here also, the ip address is different than the one used in my own laptop...

I tried to renew the lease by using command prompt and it gave me a message "No operation can be performed on Local area network/bluetooth device/ethernet while it has media connected!

My wifi router is of Linksys! Also, I reseted my router using the reset button.. Didnt work.. And when i say that the ip addresses are different on 2 laptops, i mean that the 1st two are same, but the 3rd and 4th are different1. And I am unable to login to my router's website of ....

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Network / Sharing :: Why Cannot See Fixed IP Address Using Control Panel

Dec 3, 2013

I have Windows 8 not 8.1

If I select Control Panel, Network and Internet, Network Connections, and right click Ethernet 1 and select Properties, Internet Protocol Version 4, it shows 'Obtain an IP address automatically' as being selected.

How ever if I go to the DOS prompt and enter ipconfig. My correct fixed IP address is shown.

Why can I not see the fixed IP address using the control panel?

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Network / Sharing :: How To Change IP Address Manually To Unbrick Router

May 19, 2013

I am trying to change the ip address manually. to unbrick my router. so I go to my network and click properties to change the tcp ect. and the famous Unexpected error accured pops up. I try all the regsvr32 ect. stuff and nothing works. I have windows 8 pro.

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Network / Sharing :: HP Pavilion DV6-2120EM Notebook / Lost LAN Mac Address?

Jun 2, 2013

I have HP Pavillion DV6-2120EM notebook and I have some problems. My lan mac is all 00:00... if enibody had that problem and how is solve this ?

I try to reinstall windows and that not work lan mac is still 00:00:00:00:00:00

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Network / Sharing :: Router Configuration Page Not Opening - No Default Gateway Address

Apr 21, 2013

I want to configure my router settings. When I try to go to the address via my browser, it doesn't open the router configuration page. I found that I have no "Default Gateway" Address.

Here's what I found from the config/all command in CMD

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Deviloid-PC
Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No

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I bought a new android and want to use Wifi through my router. But I need to change the settings from "Bridge" to "PPPoE".

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Network / Sharing :: Remove Network Devices From Under (This PC) In Navigation Pane?

Oct 23, 2013

Any way to remove network devices from under "This PC" in the navigation pane?

These showed up automatically after installation.

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Network / Sharing :: Remove Homegroup From Windows 8.1

Nov 9, 2013

I cannot remove the Homegroup from windows 8.1. I followed the instructions for windows 7 but nothing happens and homegroup is still there in file explorer.

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Network / Sharing :: Windows Can't Remove Computer From Homegroup

Aug 10, 2013

I have a Samsung Series 9 13in laptop running windows 8, and I'm attempting to stream video to my xbox 360 (it's one of the new, "slim" ones). I've read you need your homegroup set up in order to facilitate this, but I'm having nothing but trouble with it.

When I try to change any settings on the homegroup, most of the settings are greyed out, and the ones a can change reset as soon as I do it.

Screenshot is here: [URL] ....

How do I enable these settings? Any tips for streaming from Windows 8 to xbox?

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Network / Sharing :: Windows 8 Desktop - Remove Homegroup Icon

Apr 3, 2012

I finally found a "problem" with the Windows 8 desktop. Its a problem in Windows 7 too but I had never started a Homegroup. The darn icon won't move and you can't delete it. There is a Windows 7 fix for the problem at HomeGroup Desktop Icon - Add or Remove - Windows 7 Forums and it works with Windows 8.

If you want access to the Homegroup shortcut be sure to pin it to the start menu (I guess we call that the Start screen now) before you delete it.

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Windows 8 - How Many Hardware Changes Can One Make (Restrictions)

Nov 9, 2012

how many hardware changes can one make with the OEM upgrade 8 pro on the same motherboard ?

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Network / Sharing :: How To Remove Unused LAN Connections

Sep 15, 2014

So I've set up my desktop PC to function as a portable WiFi hotspot for my other mobile devices. First I used the Cmd Prompt to create a sharing network, but since I had to open that every time I started up the computer, I switched to using a program called MyPublicWiFi (1 click setup).

However, in the last few days, my WiFi connection was getting kind of buggy. (No internet connection with my phone while I was connected to the WiFi network, etc)

Just now, I looked at the Network Connections, and there are 3 LAN connections that weren't there before. (picture: [URL] ....) Are they part of the problem, and how do I remove those networks?

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Network / Sharing :: How To Remove Media Device In This PC W8.1

Oct 23, 2013

This PC - Add or Remove "Folders" in Windows 8.1 It's work for me. And i wanna remove media icon in navigation pane.I use right click but after restart its appear. How I can do?

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Network / Sharing :: Can't Remove Allows Apps And Features

Feb 24, 2013

Here is an example AS you can see, I tried to change the setting from public to private because this is a desktop not a laptop, and what do I see when I return? It added duplicate entries for everything! WTH? I can remove some but not all, like utorrent I can't remove any of those but wth?

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Network / Sharing :: VPN Connection With No Name - Cannot Remove It From System

Jul 25, 2014

I have a VPN connection that was created, but somehow has no name to it, and I cannot remove it. I am running WIN 8.1 64BIT on a Dell E7240.

I have tried to remove it from the Windows 8 interface, I have also tried removing it from Network and Sharing Center. I am lost at this point as to how to remove this connection. Screen shot below for more information:

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Network / Sharing :: How To Remove Listed Administrator Account

Mar 17, 2014

So I had enabled the Administrator account for a bit, then went back in and Disabled it after I created a second account that had administrator privileges. Now under Network I still see 2 Media servers, listed under media Devices, for this computer.

1. Computer Name: Administrator
2 Computer Name: My E-mail account, the active account I am using

How to remove the listed Administrator Account since it is not needed, and no longer active?

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Network / Sharing :: How To Remove Homgroup From Navigation Panel In 8.1

Dec 1, 2013

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Network / Sharing :: Remove All Stored IP Addresses For Selected Adapters?

Sep 15, 2014

Using Windows 8.0 all up to date. I am trying to set up a DD-wrt router with a default IP Address of which is also the default Gateway.

The previous router had as the Gateway and I had given the laptop I am using a static IP of

When I try to access the DD-wrt it starts to work OK, but then hangs. I checked the "Properties" for the Network card and it keeps putting the old Static IP back. I go to Advance and Remove the old IP address, but it stuffs the old one back in again.

I tried using ipconfig /release but it says it can't do anything without the device connected. I feel like I am in a Hamster wheel from the Twilight Zone.

This is what "Properties" looks like after I make the changes.

As soon as I click OK for that dialog and the next one, it goes back to

If I go to "Advanced" both IP addresses are shown. I click "Remove" for the 0.10 and it removes it. Click OK twice and go back and the damned thing is back 0.10 and two IPs in the Advanced list again.

If I clear all adapters and set them all to "Auto IP address" I still cannot access the DD-wrt.

Is there some way to forcefully remove all stored IP addresses for the selected-Network adapters?

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Computer Was Not Assigned Address From Network?

May 8, 2013

Your computer was not assigned an address from the network (from the DHCP server) for the network card. The following error occurred 0x79. Your computer will continue to try to obtain an address on its own from the network address (DHCP) server.

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Maintenance :: How To Bypass Microsoft Login In Windows 8.1 Preview

Jul 1, 2013

Apparently, Microsoft has established a new requirement for the 8.1 Preview where one must use a valid Microsoft account login (I could not find an easy way to establish just a local login). With that said, you can create an auto-login process, using your Microsoft account, so you can bypass the requirement to manually type a password. This bypass is only recommended for those who maintain their PC/Laptop in a secure environment:

Log On User Account Automatically at Windows 8 Startup

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Windows 8 - Boot Direct To Desktop And Bypass Start Screen

Dec 29, 2012

Boot Direct to Desktop. I found this in a Windows 8 book in the Start Screen Store. If you want to boot directly into the desktop without passing thru the Start Screen

-Go to the start screen & type in schedule to search for Schedule Task in Settings.
-Click on Task Scheduler Library in the left pane, and select Create Task in right pane.
-Name your task something like Boot to desktop.
-Now select the Triggers tab, choose New, and use the drop-down box to select starting the task At log on.
-Click OK and go to the Actions tab, choose New, and enter explorer for the Program/Script value.
-Press OK, save the task, and restart to test it out.

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Automate Login And Bypass Lock And Start Screens In Windows 8.1

Jan 28, 2014

It's all very easy to do. From the Start screen type "run". Click on Run and type "netplwiz". OK that and highlight your account. Uncheck "Users must enter a username and password to use this computer". Click Apply. Then enter your password twice. Click OK. From the Start screen type "taskbar" and select Taskbar and Navigation. Click the Navigation tab and tick "Go to the desktop instead of Start when I sign in". You can also tick the "Show the Apps view automatically when I go to Start" if you're not that interested in the Modern UI Start screen.

Restart your PC and when Windows loads it will automatically log you in and take you straight to the desktop. Easy.

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Accounts :: Win 8.1 - How To Bypass Password

Nov 1, 2013

I have unchecked the box about needing password and it works when I boot up win 8.1 but if I log out and then log back in, it requires me to enter a password.

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Totally Bypass All Password Logins?

Sep 9, 2013

I want to totally bypass all password logins. I deactivated the password requirement after sleep but this does not solve the bootup problem. Whenever I boot into win 8 it requires a password to login. I don't want it. I want to switch on my laptop and go straight into windows.

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Preferred LocalHost Bypass Option?

Dec 17, 2013

my favorite is the TAP and my least favorite is WinDivert, but this is based on success rate.

The only reason DLL Injection isn't my #1 is because I fear AV may give trouble down the road.

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Win 8 SL Bypass For Installing Language Packs?

Oct 4, 2013

I bought a laptop that didnt offer a choice to upgrade my version to normal Win 8 where I can install language packs.

May I know if there is a way to still install other languages? I've found the file but I can't install it using lpksetup.

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Win 8.1 Boot To Desktop And Bypass Welcome Screen

Jun 14, 2013

I'm waiting to see if this old hardy perennial will work on the new Windows 8.1 when booting directly to the desktop.

You can currently bypass the Windows welcome screen at boot time quite simply (although on Win 8 it simply takes you immediately to the start screen).

Simply do this to sign in automatically at startup:

Log On User Account Automatically at Windows 8 Startup

Reboot machine -- and you will be taken straight to the start screen.

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Network / Sharing :: Windows 8 - Specific Network Settings Based On WiFi Network

Aug 2, 2013

Is there a way to setup network profiles or something so that when I bring my Surface Pro to work and connect to the wireless network there it will use the static ip address I have but when I disconnect and then connect to my home wifi it will go back to DHCP? On my MacBook Pro I can go into the network settings and change the location profile I have setup for networks but I don't see anything like this for Windows 8.

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