Windows 10: How to remove Multiple Network Connections?
How to remove Multiple Network Connections?
I have a pocket Wifi Device, however, it is NOT using Wifi connection, as I have it connected to my PC using an USB Cable. Every morning I turn on my PC, it creates a new network connection, for example "Network 7"
How do I remove Network 1 to 6, and where are they located?
And how do I stop it from happening, as it seems it will keep going to Network 8, then Network 9 and so on.
That didn't work.
Any other suggestions anyone?
Whenever I turn on my PC in the morning, Windows 10 asks me if I want to share my Ethernet network, and then names it differetly each time, for example, it started with Network, then Network1, now it's up to Network 14.
How do I stop this? And where are the Network 1 to Network 13 stored so I can delete them?
It keeps doing it.. I turned on PC again this morning and now it says "Network 18", it keeps going up and up and up.
How do I STOP THIS and how to I DELETE Network 1 to Network 17?
Open regedit and search for ethernet 13, see what that finds? Should get you to the right key at least.
Make a backup of the registry before changing though or create a System Restore Point.
Nothing shows up!
Any other ideas?
My error. Should search for network 13.
Searched registry, NOTHING shows up.
Very strange. Any other suggestions?
This command should list the interfaces defined.
netsh interface show interface
For me, it shows:
Then use netsh delete profile interface= InterfaceName to delete the ones you don't want.
Admin State State Type Interface Name
Enabled Connected Dedicated VirtualBox Host-Only Network
Enabled Disconnected Dedicated Wi-Fi
Enabled Connected Dedicated Ethernet
See here: Netsh Commands for Wired Local Area Network (LAN) in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2
I been able to delete them all, I went into this area using Regedit:
However, how do I now STOP this happening again and again?
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