I updated my home Windows 10 computer with the November 2015 (10586) update this week and when the process was complete I could not connect to the internet. I’m sharing my experience here in case someone else experiences the same issue because there is a very simple fix.
My initial thought was that the NIC drivers were updated but I checked and they hadn’t so my next step was to check Ethernet adapter device properties.
When the Ethernet adapter properties window opened I noticed straight away that there was a problem. I would normally expect to see more that one use selected for the primary network adapter.
For internet connectivity you require IPV4 and IPV6 so I enabled these as the minimum and the internet sprung back into life.
This might not be a problem for all users as I suspect it is related to the multiple virtual network adapters on my computer.
I hope this post helps some home users to a quick resolution to the problem.