Windows 10: Can't create a Network Bridge.
Can't create a Network Bridge.
I have installed Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14267, and when I go to adapter settings in Network and Sharing Center, I can't make a Network Bridge. I am trying to get Wifi and Ethernet together to get internet on my desktop PC, it doesnt have Wifi. Also ICS isn't an option because it doesnt work like Network Bridge does. The error is "An unexpected error occurred while configuring the Network Bridge." Help?
I am getting the same error, build 14267 and upgraded to 14279, same issue.
Have you had any luck figuring this out?
No, I had no idea how to fix it. Right now I am on 14279, with no luck. I had a network bridge configured when I had build 10586, so maybe updating the builds screwed it up.
Just updated to 14291... no luck, same error. I just created a new DVD from the ISO maker. Going to try a fresh install and see if I'm able to make a bridge.
Yes, I just didn't bother and reinstalled Windows back to Windows 10 10586.164. Now at least I know not to install insider builds.
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