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VLAN creation on Windows 10 Enterprise TP

Hello, there.

This morning I upgraded my fully functionnal Windows 8.1 Enterprise installation to Windows 10 Technical Preview. Before that, I downloaded the Intel Network Adapter Driver from this website, version 20.1, for Windows 10 64 bits. After the driver installation, I had the VLANs tab in the network card properties. However, i'm unable to create a VLAN. The network card is automatically disabled then I receive an error message saying this (translated from french):

One or more vlans could not be created. Please check the adapter status and try again.

 

The window freezes and I have to force-close it. 802.1 option is of course enabled in the Advanced options tab. The event viewer always shows the same error when I try to create a VLAN:

 

Nom de l'application défaillante NCS2Prov.exe, version : 20.1.1021.0, horodatage : 0x554ba6a4

Nom du module défaillant : NcsColib.dll, version : 20.1.1021.0, horodatage : 0x554ba57d

Code d'exception : 0xc0000005

Décalage d'erreur : 0x0000000000264064

ID du processus défaillant : 0x19d4

Heure de début de l'application défaillante : 0x01d0ada33fd50576

Chemin d'accès de l'application défaillante : C:\Program Files\Intel\NCS2\WMIProv\NCS2Prov.exe

Chemin d'accès du module défaillant: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\NcsColib.dll

ID de rapport : eefb5842-9220-4bad-93d3-774828c5736e

Nom complet du package défaillant :

ID de l'application relative au package défaillant :

I already tried to uninstall all the packages and drivers related to the network card. I deleted fantom network cards then cleaned up the registry. I tried to set some compatibility options to the given executable file, with no success. I tried to reinstall the driver with Drivers Signature disabled, tried to disable IPv4/IPv6 from the network card before trying to add a VLAN... I tried everything I found on Google.

Could someone help me, please?

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The same problem with i217-v for ASUS Z-87 PLUS

I have in the events of this message

Device PCI \ VEN_8086 & DEV_153B & SUBSYS_859F1043 & REV_05 \ 3 & 11583659 & 0 & C8 require further installation.

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Hi Everyone,

Thank you for the post, we will further check on this.

Solykz,

Can you give me the exact network adapter model?

What is the system you used? (e.g Asus? )

Thanks,

wb

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Hello WB,

I've got an Intel L217-LM network adapter on a DELL Precision M4800 laptop.

Yesterday night I made a full reinstall (no upgraded from 8.1 like previously) of the 10147 build, with no luck. Everything worked fine on Windows 8.1.

Thanks for any help you could provide.

Chris.

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Hi Chris,

Thank you for the information. Have you checked with Dell* support also if they have any customized driver specifically for Windows* 10 OS on your laptop?

Thanks,

wb

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Hello WB,

No, I didn't. The support page (http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/product-support/product/precision-m4800-workstation/driver... Product Support | Dell US) don't provide any Windows 10 driver.

Thus the Windows 8.1 driver didn't, as far as I know, let the ability to create VLANs.

Regards,

Chris.

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Hi SolykZ,

Thank you for the update. Let me check on this.

rgds,

wb

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the 20.1 driver kit is supposed to support Windows 10.

However, i tested and failed for VLANs......

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testing the the Intel 20.1

no VLAN creation working

Looks like the WMIProvider issues wrong Parameters

Faulting application name: NCS2Prov.exe, version: 20.1.1021.0, time stamp: 0x554ba6a4

Faulting module name: NcsColib.dll, version: 20.1.1021.0, time stamp: 0x554ba57d

Exception code: 0xc0000005

Fault offset: 0x0000000000264064

Faulting process id: 0xcb4

Faulting application start time: 0x01d0b26a607942ee

Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\Intel\NCS2\WMIProv\NCS2Prov.exe

Faulting module path: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\NcsColib.dll

Report Id: 969b81c4-18d4-49af-8578-096383f4fbb6

Faulting package full name:

Faulting package-relative application ID:

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Hi HyperV_guy,

Thank you for sharing the additional info, we are checking on this.

rgds,

wb

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Hi Solykz and HyperV_guy,

Further checking since Windows 10 is not officially released yet, only a TP version, please have this tested when it is officially released.

Thanks,

wb

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Hello WB,

That must be a joke, right? Because as far as I know, Intel himself provided this driver, knowing that Windows 10 was not officially released.

So, what? Hasn't the driver be tested before its availability to download? Is it a marketing move maybe, like "We already provide Windows 10 stuff"?

 

Well, I'll wait until the RTM. But please be kind enough to remove the "Windows 10" item from the Operating Systems drop-down menu, because that's not fair to let users think that Intel already provide functionnal drivers to this "not officially released yet" OS. ;-)

 

Have a good day anyway.

Chris.

 

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Hi SolykZ,

Thank you for the feedback.

rgds

wb

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Hi SolykZ,

Good day. Just to let you know this is a Microsoft* issue and they are working on it. Let us wait for the official release.

Hope this clarifies.

rgds,

wb

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wb_intel, with the official build now released, was there a chance to investigte further from intel ?

Other Bridging eg, vmware or stuff like winpcap seem to work now.

Has intel tested VLAN already or is this up to the community ?

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Did the mess :-(

OK, i right now tested with the winodws 10 RTM Build.

While Installation of Driver works and VLAN´s can be creted, there is still a missing Piece.

VLANS stay deactivated and can not get activated !

Also, after deletion of VLANS there are orphans, that sometimes again Pop up in the UI...

Also, the Leftovers stay in the Network Manager

So currently i ended up with multipole same ID vlans ....

Since we are on RTM now, how about an Investigation ?

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Hi HyperV_guy,

The operating system and the adapter driver is still under going tests.

rgds,

wb

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Same problem here. Updated from W8.1 to W10. Tried both 10.1 and 10.2 Intel drivers. I did full uninstall and reinstall. Not work.

First time I can create VLAN but can't get IP address.. I must reboot also after VLAN creation to get it display in Network connections.

Also VLAN deletion seems to be buggy.

And last time I had same error (one or more vlans could not be created....)

I have 82579LM adapter. I Win 8.1 it was worked perfectly.

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Hi Oki_h,

Thank you for the info. Will check on this.

rgds,

wb

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Any hint when next driver release is planned? Desperately need VLANs working

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