Windows 10 seems to be one of the best versions of the operating system of Microsoft and it may be good to mention that these types of programs are not simple to program, especially if you want to maintain compatibility with the software from previous versions.
Windows 10 is a very complex system and many bad things can happen but in general they do not seem to happen. However, in this anniversary version of Windows 10 (version 1607), the Wi-Fi connection is suddenly shutting down and when the user runs the program to investigate problems on the network, the system announces: “Wi-Fi no Has a valid IPM configuration. ”
Microsoft released an update (KB 3201845), which is not yet documented on the Windows 10 updates site, which seems to be to blame for the problem with the wireless connection.
Most reports come from the Windows version 10, 1607, although there are reports of the same problem in Windows 7 and 8.1. This happens with a variety of Internet providers, routers and network cards.
Speculation about the reason for the problem indicates that when the Wi-Fi is disconnected, the machine makes a quick start, putting the IP of the computer at 169.x.x.x. This has already been an aging problem but seems to have returned a couple of days ago.
It is not known for certain whether the problem is in the December 6, 7 or 8 patch. Microsoft already knows of the difficulty and sends those who have this problem to this link, although this does not seem to be a guarantee that it will be resolved immediately.