Windows 10: How can i Diable PC connecting to Internet(Ethernet) automatically ?

  1.    01 May 2016 #1

    How can i Diable PC connecting to Internet(Ethernet) automatically ?

    Well I use Windows10 PC. Since my PC is used by others i donot want it to connect for Internet(Ethernet) During startup.
    Is there any option to disable automatic connection, and whenever i need i can select option to enable it after PC is started?
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       01 May 2016 #2

    It mainly depends on the plans of your ISP, in India. If your ISP is BSNL, it is a simple configuration in the modem to prevent/allow automatic connection. Put "Yes" there.

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    If it is a private broadband, they generally does not allow automatic login to network; if it is not a lease line. If yours a private broadband, and you dont want automatic login, stop paying the extra fee for a lease line.
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