Install KB4464218, KB4464217 to fix VPN issues on Windows 10
Many Windows 10 users rely on VPN tools to protect their online privacy and add an extra layer of security to their computers. However, if you constantly experience various bugs after enabling your VPN connection, downloading and installing KB4464218 and KB4464217 may fix your problem.
Microsoft released these two updates on October Patch Tuesday and you can download them automatically via Windows Update or manually from the Microsoft Update Catalog.
Both KB4464218 and KB4464217 share one common fix that solves the issues where the PFX certificate is not recognized when authenticating to a VPN or wireless connection.
Addresses a Microsoft Intune issue that occurs after installing any of the updates released between July 24, 2018 and September 11, 2018. Windows no longer recognizes the Personal Information exchange (PFX) certificate that’s used for authenticating to a Wi-Fi or VPN connection. As a result, Microsoft Intune takes a long time to deliver user profiles because it doesn’t recognize that the required certificate is on the device.
Windows 10 v1709 KB4464217 brings one additional fix, compared to its Windows 10 April Update counterpart. Namely, it fixes the Remote Access Error 809. However, if the issue persists after installing the update, you can use our dedicated guide to fix VPN error 809 for good.
Addresses an issue that may prevent a VPN connection from establishing for some users that are using VPN with IKEv2. The connection fails with the error, “Remote Access Error 809.”
In case you’ll still experience VPN connection issues after installing the latest Windows 10 updates, here are some useful troubleshooting guides that may help you fix your problem:
- FIX: VPN Error 812 in Windows 10
- VPN blocked on Windows 10? Don’t panic, here’s the fix
- VPN got blocked by Windows firewall? Here’s how to fix it
- FIX: VPN doesn’t hide location, what can I do?
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