VMWARE users - thanks to ALTAE Networking Fix W10 build 1607 Solved

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    VMWARE users - thanks to ALTAE Networking Fix W10 build 1607

    Hi there

    This fix came from ALTAE (another W10 member) but was buried in a thread that could easily be missed.

    You might find networking on VM's is broken after upgrade to 1607. Some adapters missing or won't work.

    Simply in the VMware editor (need to start in administrator mode) and enter the network editor. Then click the restore defaults. It will go through a slew of virtual network adapters deleting and re-installing - and then your VM should network correctly as before.

    You don't need to reboot but the VM must be powered off.

      My ComputerSystem Spec

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    Excellent, thanks for the tip on the fix.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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