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On the connected home page, for the information on my laptop, it states that it's connected in a virtual network. I don't have any virtual machines, and I don't have any virtual network software installed, no VPNs either. Is this normal?


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The default switch vEthernet is created by Hyper-V. You can remove it by going to Settings > Apps > Apps & Features > Programs & Features (under Related Settings ) > Turn Windows Features On or Off. Make sure that Hyper-V is unchecked. Click OK then restart your PC


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13 minutes ago, neodrago1324 said:

I don't have Hyper-V either, as i said I haven't installed any virtual network software

Managed to uninstall it from device manger. Virtual network is gone for now.

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