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  1. Netpilot

    Solved How to declare locations as "inside your local network"?

    Oh, just pick a number that's not a common default subnet (you can Google for them, but there aren't many) and go with it. The very worst that can happen is you will have to reconfigure your router's DHCP settings again. You do have every device on your network set for DHCP so you can renumber...
  2. Netpilot

    Solved How to declare locations as "inside your local network"?

    No. I wouldn't add any more to the Intranet Zone than is necessary to operate your current network without interference from Windows security. That zone is just too permissive and it's just bad form to unnecessarily lower security at any time. I didn't mention something in my first post - If...
  3. Netpilot

    Solved How to declare locations as "inside your local network"?

    Glad to hear it. Thanks for posting back with your results. That's fine. It seems that you reference your server with UNCs. The last check box handles that, so you probably won't need to add IPs. There's no doubt it's confusing. Even more so because that particular control panel applet can...
  4. Netpilot

    Solved How to declare locations as "inside your local network"?

    I solved this problem on my computer by putting my ABSOLUTELY TRUSTED subnets in the Intranet Zone. The settings apply to Internet Explorer and to File Explorer - basically any connection(s) to machines in those subnets. They permit me to browse to my router and printers with Internet Explorer...
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