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Eddie has created dozens of ethernet connections in control panel

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Hi, I'm running the AirVPN Eddie client on my Windows 10 64-bit machines.


I was recently unable to connect to my network, but not the internet or AirVPN and remembered I had the same problem on my other machine a few months ago and this forum gave me a solution. It involved setting the IPv4 to my preferred connection through a netsh powershell command. Doing this fix I noticed that there were 50 different ethernet connections that Eddie has created and I was wondering if there is a way to delete these connections to prevent any issues moving forward?


A couple screenshots for clarity:

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As far as I know everything was set to default when I installed Eddie, I never knowingly messed with TAP. Here is another screenshot for what I believe you're talking about.


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We have never seen Eddie causing that. It's odd because Eddie installs ONE driver, it does not summons interfaces (OpenVPN does that but with system commands).

Please try the following:
- shut down the Air client software
- right-click and run the "Start-->Tap-Windows-->Delete ALL TAP virtual ethernet adapters" as administrator
- reboot the system
- right-click and run as administrator "Start-->Tap-Windows-->Add a new TAP virtual ethernet adapter"
- start Eddie

Kind regards

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