When working remote from a central office environment, it’s a good idea to check a few key settings that could cause frequent disconnect issues when trying to connect to your company's VPN.
This includes the following:
Network – Power Management Mode
Before connecting to your VPN, open “Device Manger” by simply typing it in on the global search bar of Windows 7 or Windows 10.
First identify both your wired and wireless network cards. These can normally be found by excluding the Bluetooth devices under Network adapters.
Right Click over either of the network adapters and go to “Properties”, then “Power Management”
If the above settings are checked, uncheck them and repeat the process for the wireless adapter.
With these settings disabled, you can be ensured a more stable VPN connection for your workday.
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