I have the same issue, already remove cisco phone but does not resolve. is there anything else I can try?
Please delete the Cisco CDP driver which might present on the machine even after uninstalling the IP communicator software and try again.
>> Execute the following command on the cmd and check for Driver package provider : Cisco and notedown the oemX value
>> Delete the driver using this command: pnputil /delete-driver oemX.inf /force.
>> Reboot and check the behavior.
I tried this and it didn't work for me. This is the only Cisco one I found. I still have the same issues. I connect, disconnect, try to reconnect and it eventually fails after being stuck on securing connection for a long time.
Published name : oem98.inf
Driver package provider : Cisco Systems
Class : Network Protocol
Driver date and version : 01/24/2011 188.8.131.52
Signer name : Cisco Systems, Inc.
@hernandezr Do you have Cisco IP comminucator software installed on your machine? Can you go to C:\Windows\System32\drivers and see if cipcxxx.sys file present?
If yes, then please delete the driver by running pnputil /delete-driver <oem#.inf> /force command. In your case, it's oem98.inf.
I did have it and uninstalled it. My post shows I deleted the same .inf you're referencing - didn't fix
I also tried adding a registry dword for MaxNumFilters
and setting the value to 14 - didn't fix
I tried uninstalling Pulse, running these commands and re-installing pulse - didn't fix
takeown /f "C:\Program Files\rempl" /r /d y icacls "C:\Program Files\rempl" /grant administrators:F /t /q icacls "C:\Program Files\rempl" /deny system:F /t /q
The weird part about it is that all these issues started cropping up when I introduced DUO 2FA and created a new Sign In Policy and Realm specifically for Duo.
@hernandezr Can you please save the pnputil /enum-drivers output as a text file, capture screenshot of any network adapter >> Properties page which shows the complete list and share the download link with me as PM?