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I've faced with some issues when tried to set up Kerio Control (9.2.4-2223/ 9.2.3-2219) on new Gigabyte barebones - GIGABYTE BRIX IoT GB-EAPD-4200 (Apollo Lake SoC based) with dual Realtek RTL8111HS on board.
1) I cannot configure TCP/IP settings via local console: when trying to apply new settings (static or just switch to DHCP mode), there is an error "error in communication with engine". I can change these settings via Web console but I have to reboot Kerio Control to apply it.
2) If I just unplug network cable and plug it back DHCP configured NIC's status changes to "Connectivity problem" and it takes 4 minutes for NIC to obtain TCP/IP configuration.
I've also noticed a high CPU consumption when I just unplug the network cable and at the moment when NIC finally obtains TCP/IP configuration from DHCP server.

I checked new hardware for compatibility with kernel 3.16. It looks like NIC compatibility is OK (file attached).

Did anybody ever face with similar issues?

PS: I've opened a ticket, but the only suggestion I got from support team is to reinstall Kerio Control! Evil or Very Mad
BTW I tried

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AlexT82 is currently offline AlexT82

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Update: when I plug the device with Kerio control installed to production network it makes some devices (WiFi access points, some Windows hosts) to fail.
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