One or more network protocols are missing from this computer error

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  1. Posts : 45
    Windows 10 Pro / Windows Server 2012 (VM)
       #51

    On your wireless adapter issue: 1st. Un-install the driver in Device manager and re-install driver. There are always Error message go to => Control Panel => Administrative Tools => Event viewer => Windows Logs => Search for something that might cause problem.
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  2. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 10586.63
       #52

    Still waiting for a fix, have tried everything mentioned online with no results.
    The only thing that looks promising is reinstalling TCP/IP but like with everyone else
    I get the same group policy error.. so right now some websites (thankfully not many) are just straight up not loading on this machine..
    God knows why.. this should be something SFC should fix...
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  3. Posts : 794
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #53

    Ryrynz said:
    Still waiting for a fix, have tried everything mentioned online with no results.
    The only thing that looks promising is reinstalling TCP/IP but like with everyone else
    I get the same group policy error.. so right now some websites (thankfully not many) are just straight up not loading on this machine..
    God knows why.. this should be something SFC should fix...
    Follow this post to remove the group policy warning

    One or more network protocols are missing from this computer error

    You should probably start your own thread because I don't think this solution applies to you.
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  4. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 10586.63
       #54

    I was talking specifically about this solution

    JW0914 said:
    Please do the following to verify if this solves the access error relating to group policy:
    1. Go to: Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections
    2. Right click the LAN or WiFi adapter and select Properties
    3. Select Install, highlight Protocol, select Add
    4. Select Have Disk, paste C:\Windows\INF into Copy manufacturer's files from and select OK
    5. Highlight Internet Protocol Version 4, select OK

    If you receive the "Could not add the requested feature..." then this isn't a fix to the underlying issue
    I've already tried setting the permissions in the registry before. Although netsh comes up with everything being ok, it still doesn't fix the issue.
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