VPN still not working on Windows 10 build 17093

By: Madeleine Dean
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If you installed the latest Windows 10 build on your computer and you can’t use your VPN software, you’re not the only one. This is quite a common issue among Insiders and there are already many similar reports on the Feedback Hub.

Interestingly enough, the official change log confirms that build 17093 fixed the VPN issue from 17083. However, it seems that this hasn’t been not the case for all Insiders.

I updated my PC to 17093 last night without incident. […] I use the sonicwall vpn from the store to set up my vpn for work.  I still have trouble connecting.  I uninstalled and reinstalled sonicwall.  I also deleted and recreated my vpn connection.  I rebooted and did those things again.  Nothing works.

SonicWall VPN is not the only VPN tool that won’t work on build 17093. PureVPN users also complained about the same problem:

When do you think this issue will be fixed? PureVPN software and also manual setting doesn’t working with this insider preview. You do connect to manual setting but no internet connection is available. Once you disconnect, everything fine.

Microsoft’s support engineers couldn’t offer a clear solution for this issue, but said that this build may not be compatible for VPN users.

Speaking of VPN software, you may want to check out the following list on the best VPN tools to use on Windows 10 as well.

How has your Windows 10 build 17093 experience been so far? Did you experience any VPN issues? Let us know in the comments below.

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