We have Toshiba's with the Intel i219-V network adapter. Under W7 Pro 64 bit we were able to create VLANs flawlessly (not sure which driver version we had). We selected the LAN adapter, clicked Properties and hit Configure. We would then have several menu items and one of them was VLAN (see attachment).
We recently upgraded to W10 Pro 64 bit and downloaded the latest Intel i219-V driver, but now we don't have the possibility to create VLANs anymore. We uninstalled the 23.5.2 driver and installed the 22.10 driver. This gives us the menu we had under W7 and we can create VLANs, however it's impossible to enable them. They remained disabled.
Thank you for the reply! It's been a bit busy, but I tried and it seems to work.
In the following weeks, I will try to do some further tests and leave a reply with any further comments if I have any.
I tested it and it works!
I'm writing a Powershell script to automate the process and allow normal users to add/edit/delete vlans. I will post the code as soon as it's finished.