Windows static DNS settings to Google disables Chrome

Symptom: When a computer is statically set to on the latest version of Windows and latest version of Chrome, the browser has no Internet access.

Cause: The above scenario occurs when DTTS® is enabled. Before Chrome versions that offered DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH), the adam:ONE® default DNS NAT rule would force DNS queries to be answered by adam:ONE®. When Chrome auto-converts all queries to use DoH, DTTS® works as designed. Since the endpoint isn’t using adam:ONE® gateway as DNS, all Internet access is disabled.

Solution: Change endpoints to obtain DNS automatically. The DHCP server will assign each DHCP client the gateway as DNS and Internet access will be assigned as per its assigned policy.