- The INET_E_RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND error appears in Microsoft Edge when you try to access your organization’s intranet.
- With DirectAccess, you can connect to a remote user without using a VPN.
- The problem occurs when the computer goes into “hibernation mode” Instead of restarting the client computer, follow these tips and tricks to solve this problem.
All information on the internet is connected by an IP (Internet Protocol) address that allows a server to be recognized as one of the places where the information is sent and received on the Internet.
It appears a yellow exclamation mark with ‘no internet, secured’ when I connect to Wi-Fi from my router. I need to disconnect and then reconnect to solve this problem.
In the domain name system (DNS), domain names are translated into Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, which makes it easier for web browsers to access internet-based websites.
You can use DirectAccess to connect to remote users without using a VPN if you are using Windows 10 Enterprise Edition.
Dns Address Cannot Be Found Windows
You can start a new Incognito window by clicking the three dots menu icon that is located at the top of your Chrome browser.
Essentially, remote users can stay connected to your organization’s network, which is a good thing if that is your goal. However, the problem occurs when the computer goes into “hibernation mode”. The INET_E_RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND error appears in Microsoft Edge when you try to access your organization’s intranet. The normal procedure is to run a network card troubleshooter. But this seems to complicate things even more, as a new error message appears saying that “your computer may have been mistakenly detected as being outside the domain network.”
In essence, remote users can stay connected to your organization’s network which is a good thing if that’s your purpose. On the other hand, an issue appears when your computer enters the “Sleep” mode. The INET_E_RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND error appears on Microsoft Edge when you try to access your organization intranet. Your usual course of action is to run the Network Adapter Troubleshooter. But that seems to complicate things even more as a new error message is given saying: “Your computer might have been incorrectly detected as being outside the domain network”.
If it appears that the computer is not visible in a network environment, it may be because the workgroup settings are incorrect. If that happens, rejoin the computer in the workgroup by going to Control Panel – System and Security – System – Change Settings – Network ID.
If you need to restart the client PC, you can start by trying these troubleshooting methods.
The router may be able to solve many common connectivity issues, even if the computer isn’t the issue.
What causes the Windows 10 error “Your computer may have been mistakenly detected as being outside the domain network”?
Server Ip Address Could Not Be Found
To resolve Server IP that we were unable to locate, you can: change your IP and DNS settings, check your internet connection, fix network issues, and reset IPv4 settings.
To fix the “Your computer may have been mistakenly detected as being outside the domain network” error in Windows 10
Fix it using Internet properties
- When the Run dialog box opens, type CPL in the W8K + R key combination.
- To access the Local Intranet, click the Sites tab in Internet Properties.
- Under Local Intranet, untick Enable all local (intranet) sites that bypass proxy servers and Enable all sites not listed in other zones. Click “OK”, “Apply”, and “OK”.
Please see the second solution below if this is not sufficient.
Fix via the registry
Note: It is always recommended to create a system restore point before making changes to the registry.
- You can open the registry editor when you press Windows + R and type Regedit in the Run dialog box. Click OK when you have finished typing.
- To access this registry key, navigate to the following registry key in the left pane of the registry editor:
- If you exported or registered entries matching your IP address, now you can delete them.
- You should be able to fix the problem permanently after closing the registry editor and rebooting your computer.
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