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Here is another solution that may fix your problem:
 
If you have recently upgraded to windows 10 and you get the issue where you get limited access, even on a plugged in ethernet cable. Then you may have an incompatible program causing this to happen. Usually an anti-virus program such as:
 
(This if you don't have a Windows 10 compatible version)
 
- McAfee
 
- Trend Micro Internet Security
 
- AVG
 
The issue can even cause the command prompt command ipconfig to display nothing.
 
Here are more solutions through a blog website as well:
http://online-computersolutions.blogspot.com.au/2016/03/wifi-not-working-in-windows-10.html

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Original post by: Ben ,

Text:

Here is another solution that may fix your problem:

If you have recently upgraded to windows 10 and you get the issue where you get limited access, even on a plugged in ethernet cable.  Then you may have an incompatible program causing this to happen. Usually an anti-virus program such as:

(This if you don't have a Windows 10 compatible version)

- McAfee

- Trend Micro Internet Security

- AVG

The issue can even cause the command prompt command ipconfig to display nothing.

Status:

open