There's been a few problems associated with QoS and legacy NDIS drivers.Message was edited by: bgable on 11/16/10 10:22:40 AM PST
And just to add, the netsh commands fix the connections (or allow them to establish).
netsh winsock reset
netsh int ip reset c:\resetlog.txt
It doesn't change any of the issues in the device manager.
I was able to spend more time with the machine in question above before having to give it back to the user. After reboot #2, the network connections were trashed again.
Uninstalled HIPS, everything worked fine. Reinstalled HIPS and things were broken again, error logs looked the same as what is posted. Finished up by uninstalling HIPS and tagging the machine in ePO to not receive it.