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Blue screens on Win 10

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Blue screens on Win 10

I get blue screens randomly with jnprns.sys+7ad3 with ps-pulse-win-5.2r6.0-b977 64 bit. When I install the app from the Windows store, I get blue screen every time I open the "VPN settings" of the app with nwifi.sys+dcec. Pretty frustrating.
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Re: Blue screens on Win 10

Once I removed C:\Windows\System32\drivers\jnprvamgr.sys and C:\Windows\System32\drivers\jnprva.sys (probably left over from the Pulse Secure desktop client, I was able to access the VPN settings without a blue screen. We'll see if the universal app blue screens less frequently than the desktop client.
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Re: Blue screens on Win 10

Oops... so that's what that checkmark does.
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Re: Blue screens on Win 10

The Windows 10 universal app fails with nwifi.sys+e418, so haven't seen that it's really any better Smiley Sad Apparently PulseSecure folks don't read the forums.
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Re: Blue screens on Win 10

In case this helps someone else, I believe I solved the BSOD for nwifi.sys by removing the Killer Bandwidth Control by uninstalling the Killer Control Center software and installing the Driver Only Installation from http://www.killernetworking.com/driver-downloads.