Windows 10 VPN Issues

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After the widely use of open source software and the people and companies need to secure their data and keep it save the VPN became more important to use and it’s going more popular every day than the day before it, most of the computers is using it these days.

After the upgrade of from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10, there was an issue wherein the Wi-Fi is broken, you are unable to access the internet while connected to the VPN via your local network or the Cisco VPN Installer error 27850 where aren’t able to manage networking component on Windows 10 Build 10130.

It looks like that if you have an old VPN client, especially from Cisco, configured on the older version of Windows setup, Microsoft says that part of software is the reason of this issue on Windows 10 for sure, and no matter how many reboots or safe-mode investigations you do will solve the problem we have.

New to Windows 10? Find out how to setup OpenVPN on Windows 10 HERE!

You can make sure that this is the problem you are facing if the Wi-Fi adapter below displays as it’s working with compatible drivers installed, then neither reinstalling the driver nor rebooting the PC will fix the problem.

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This is the way to fix all that and get your Wi-Fi to work again in Windows 10:

You have to launch Command Prompt as Admin by right clicking the Start button and selecting Command Prompt (Admin) from the menu that will be displayed, then you need to write this command “reg delete HKCR\CLSID\{988248f3-a1ad-49bf-9170-676cbbc36ba3} /va /f

“ and press the Enter Key, then write  the following command, and press Enter once more:

netcfg -v -u dni_dne.

It will be better if you restarted your computer and checked back your Wi-Fi settings. You will find that all networks around you are visible and you can connect to any one of them easily.