Possible issue with this month’s Windows 10 cumulative update

There has already been reports that this month’s Windows 10 cumulative update (KB3206632) may have an issue regarding Internet connectivity.

Some have reported that after installing and rebooting, they have no Internet access.

Those who are running Pro or Enterprise releases of Windows 10 can delay this update until verified by Microsoft and the update is re-released.

Unfortunately, for Windows 10 “Home” users, there is no option to delay the update.

If you do get this issue [will you be reading this?], the following may work:

  1. Run an elevated command prompt.
  2. Type: ipconfig /release
  3. Type: ipconfig /renew

This may fix the issue. If not technical, you can try the network troubleshooting tool and it should do the same thing. A drastic measure is to remove the network card drivers install them.



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