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I have a number of Windows 7 machines on an isolated development network. There is no internet access from this network.

Winodws 7 displays a yellow warning triangle on the network connection icon with a warning "No Internet Access".

Is there anyway to disable this warning - I know the internet is inaccessable and always will be.

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If its on a pc by pc basis you could go to the Task Bar - Click customize and set the Network to Hide Icon and Notifications. That would stop the notification showing.

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True - but that also hides any notifications if the network cable is unplugged (or the local network unreachable) which I do want to know about. – Grhm Mar 5 '10 at 12:41

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