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Pitman - Connecting the Ethernet Cable

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  1. Click Start, Click Control Panel 
  2. Select Switch to Classic view (if not already selected) 
  3. Double Click Network Connection 
  4. Right Click Local Area Connection
  5. If you see Enable - Click Enable
  6. If you see Disable - Click Disable, right click again, click Enable -connection should now be active. If not, unplug each cable, one at a time, then plug back in.
  1. Click Start; Click Control Panel 
  2. Double Click Network and Sharing Center
  3. Click Manage network connections 
  4. Right Click Local Area Connection; Click Disable
  5. Right Click Local Area Connection; Click Enable- connection should now be active if connection still does not work: Unplug and re-insert both ends of the Ethernet cable
  1. Click Start; Click Control Panel 
  2. Double Click Network and Sharing Center 
  3. Click Change adapter setting 
  4. Right Click Local Area Connection; Click Disable
  5. Right Click Local Area Connection; Click Enable- connection should now be active if connection still does not work: Unplug and re-insert both ends of the Ethernet cable
  1. Click Apple menu > System Preferences > Network 
  2. Click arrow to the right of Show menu; select Network Port Configuration 
  3. Ensure Built-in Ethernet is checked; Drag Built-in Ethernet to the top of the list; Click Apply Now 
  4. Click the arrow to the right of Show; Select Built-in Ethernet (Built-in Ethernet should be visible in Show field) 
  5. Click TCP/IP tab 
  6. Click the arrow to the right of Configure IPv4; Choose Using DHCP; Click Apply Now
  7. Click Renew DHCP Lease - connection should now be active – if not, unplug each cable, one at a time, then plug back in.