I was patiently waiting for the Windows 10 upgrade, but so far I didn’t receive it on my both PCs. Instead, I received an email from Windows (Microsoft) stating that it may take anywhere from few days to few weeks. So I decided to force upgrade it on my Windows 8.1 PC by going to “Media Creation Tool”.
All went well, the upgrade was smooth. Windows 10 Pro got activated. This could be the end of the story, but I decided to perform a clean install of Window 10 and it was not a good idea. So downloaded Windows 10 on a USB drive and performed the clean install, but it will not activate. Tried all the help available online to activate it but failed.
So started the process all over again by doing the clean install of Windows 8.1, upgraded to Windows 10 Pro and it got activated instantaneously.
The only downside which I am facing is Cisco connect VPN client is not compatible with Windows 10. I need to figure out how to use the built-in VPN client in Windows 10 before I think of upgrading my other PC which is running Windows 7 Pro.
I dont know if the drivers for my wireless (a fairly basic intel 300 N single band) are any better..
But i SEEM to be able to get faster speeds with 10.
Doing some transfers from my laptop to my server (so across wireless to the AP, then wired from there) and was getting a good 75mbps and higher at time... which i know i was not before
@Gdkitty, I agree if IPSec was enabled, it would have been a lot easy to connect. All you need know is connection settings.
After a lot of trial and errors, got successful in installing Cisco VPN software and able to establish the connection on my Windows 810 PC (Win8.1 upgraded to Win10).
Also just to update, my other PC which is running Windows 7 received the Windows 10 and ready to install. Now that my VPN login issue on Windows 10 is resolved, I will go ahead and upgrade that PC as well.
If anybody in the Community needs help with Cisco VPN connect software installation or connection on Window 10 PC, please feel free to post. I'll do my best to make it work.
I have done my work PC and my home laptop.
Work PC.. eh what happens happens, will re-install 😛 Get me out of work for the rest of the day.
My home laptop.. is primarily for gaming. Nothing really to back up.. so if it died.. no big deal.
The issue comes down to my Desktop/Server..
A) Its running a LOT.. my media sever (plex), my web server, and a bunch of other stuff.
B) Its a pirated version of 7. (apparenntly this is one of the versions which IS being upgraded ok)
Its a real risk there.. to do an upgrade..
I previously posted about getting rid of the Win 10 upgrade nag, which was caused by the Windows "optional" update KB3035583. I deleted that update and haven't seen anything about Win 10 until yesterday. I received a Windows update notification, which were all mandatory, with a couple of optional ones. I ignored the optional updates and let Windows install the updates. After the updates were processed and, following a reboot, I had the Win 10 upgrade option in my system tray again. I looked at the updates and found good old KB3035583 again but, this time, it was not an optional update. Once again, I deleted it to get rid of the Win 10 nag.
I think this is a highly questionable business practice by Microsoft, and wonder how others feel about it.
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