In Windows 7, workgroups are small networks that share files, printers and Internet connections. After the other computers in your network join the workgroup, their users can share these resources without having to manually set up sharing, permissions and printers. Workgroups do have some drawbacks: you cannot set security or sharing permissions on computers in the workgroup, so everything is shared. However, if security within your network is not a concern, a workgroup is an easy way to quickly set up a network.
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In that case profile must change by PowerShell. Right Click Windows Icon (Start button) and open PowerShell (Admin) and use following commands to get interface index number and change profile to Private (or Public): Get-NetConnectionProfile. Set-NetConnectionProfile -InterfaceIndex -NetworkCategory Private.