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Enable Wifi in Safe Mode | Windows 10|

There are many reasons you want test your computers performance in safe mode, but sometimes we come across a challange that we can not give remote access to IT technicians to check the computer because we find Wifi connection is not working in safe mode and in normal mode either the system is way too slow, freezing, not booting or reporting blue screen. So in order to rescue you from any such situations try using below 2 steps and you will be able to use WiFi in safemode:

Step 1: Enable Drivers in Device Manager.


In Safe Mode with Networking, open Device Manager. Then double click to expand Network Adapter, right click on the driver and select Enable. Like in above image we have Qualcomm QCA9377 802.11ac Wireless Adapter, so just right click on it and select Enable. 

Step 2: Enable Services

In Safemode, open Run box (Windows button+R). 

In open box type Services.msc and it will open below services page here look for WLAN AutoConfig Service.
Once you locate WLan Auto Config double click on it and start this serviced. 

Now simply connect to your preferred WiFi network and now you will be able to use the internet in safe mode without any issues. 

Hope this will help you help your Users, customers, yourself or IT techs. 

How to enable GPEDIT in Windows 10

If you are an in Tech support or IT tech one thing you should know is "How to use GPEDIT in WINDOWS 10 Home", as Microsoft has removed this feature from Windows 10 Home edition you might try to find a way to run it, below is a fix to your issue:


  • Click on windows icon on left 
  • Type CMD on search as in below image and right-click it and select Run as administrator:
  • Say yes to the confirmation prompt &  Copy below command and paste it in command box: 
FOR %F IN ("%SystemRoot%\servicing\Packages\Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy-ClientTools-Package~*.mum") DO (
    DISM /Online /NoRestart /Add-Package:"%F"
)

FOR %F IN ("%SystemRoot%\servicing\Packages\Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy-ClientExtensions-Package~*.mum") DO (
    DISM /Online /NoRestart /Add-Package:"%F"
)
  • Wait till it will complete the installation of GPEditOnce completed click on  Windows + R key on the keyboard, it will open run box: 
  • In run box type in gpedit.msc and click on ok. 
  • you will find it working even in Windows 10 Home edition as in below image:\
Hope this post will help you in practicing a lot of stuff in Windows 10.

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