We started to run into this issue recently where a lot of our users were seeing error 1205 virtual adapter not found. We opened a case with pulse secure but haven’t been able to narrow down this issue. We do see that the juniper drivers get deleted and repairing the pulse secure client will fix it but the issue comes back. I’m quite lost on this issue so I wanted to check if anyone has experienced it. BFE is turned on in our case. We are running windows 10 x64 LTSB 1607.
Please let us know if you find the solution.
We are having the same issue (also have Windows 10 x64 Enterprise LTSB 1607 + SEP)
For us, it started on or about February 20th.
We have been uninstalling/reinstalling as a temporary fix.
A bunch of our users also starting to have this issue out of nowhere, I'm suspecting a patch got installed.
@zanyterp I do not know what is DHCP media sense but we do not use it. This is clean install of windows 10. Do you think windows defender could be causing this issue? That's the only common link I see here.
Our assumption regarding windows defender was wrong, it still failed. So clearly there is something which keeps deleting the jnprva.inf_amd64_80b297ba301623ad from C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository
We still don't know why. Any ideas?
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