Windows 10 22H2 and ICMP ping

Finally getting all our systems in compliance with 22H2 updates has broken our ability to ICMP ping our machines once they fall asleep. We have multiple tools that rely on it. It looks like our managed power plans broke from one configured in Windows 7 days in our group policy. What's odd is on the firewall and DCOM side it seems like ICMP should be allowed internally so I don't know why we can't ping them, when on earlier builds of Windows 10, we could wake and ping them. This is not WOL by the way and magic packets are not an option for us. Its not my role or responsibility to get this fixed, but this problem has existed for weeks now and is getting old. If there is any suggestion in or out of KACE SMA that could help with this, please let me know and I will bring it my team. We need to be able to ping sleeping PC's again...

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