Windows 7 Home Premium
Small office network not more than 10 PCs
Some automatic Internet protocol addresses
a few defined internet protocol addresses intended for remote desktop
Windows XP PCs have no trouble connecting
My problem is that infrequently when Windows 7 supercomputers reboot, cannot connect to network. I get UNIDENTIFIED NETWORK. Also cannot connect to anything (network drives or else internet).Have to disable/enable network adapter on the way to obtain network identification to recognize as NETWORK. Set as a WORK network. My question is that is there a means on the way to turn off network identification in Windows 7 as a result PC just connects to network? If not, is there a means on the way to uninstall that characteristic? If you have any suggestion please let me know. Thank you in advance.