Microsoft’s Support Technicians have recently discovered that their company’s Windows Installation Wizard could not automatically bind IP Protocol Stack Network Adapter. The program claims to properly bind a network adapter if it fails to find the required components for binding. It is believed that this was due to « incorrect detection of system adapters » resulting in the failure of the wizard to bind the network adapter properly. To fix this issue, Microsoft has included the following fix: « If you experience this problem, check to see if your Internet service provider allows you to use the Ethernet driver and port settings you are using to bind to the remote system. If the Ethernet and the TCP/IP stack are the same, you should manually select your remote system from the group. If your Ethernet and the TCP/IP stack are different, then you should re-connect to the remote computer using the standard Ipv6 settings. In the WIZ network settings, select the appropriate IP service set name and IP address. Also, it is recommended that you save the local Ethernet adapter settings so that they can be restored by another program. » Please consider all this in 2020.
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