There are some possible causes for Limited Connectivity; hopefully these suggestions will help you:
- The modem and router may need to be restarted, or do not have the IP address set up correctly, or the modem is not transmitting internet connection from the provider. This can be discarded if other computers are connected without this issue.
- The wireless security/encryption type was setup incorrectly.
- A firewall, antivirus or other security software is interfering. The best option is a complete uninstall of the program.
- TCP/IP stack needs to be reset.
- This driver version now offers the option to disable uAPSD in the adapter properties, which improves compatibility with some APs.
This problem has been frustrating me for some time now!! Joe,your solution worked for me. The last suggestion on your list, disabling uAPSD is what finally did it for me, after trying many things, including going as drastic at exchanging the laptop within the 15 day grace period... 100% new hardware, same problem. It was finally this post that fixed it.
Lenovo Yoga 2 13 Laptop
Intel Wireless-N 7260
Cisco Meraki access points