They are investigating reports that a few clients are encountering trouble associating with the Internet. They suggest clients restart their PCs, and if necessary, visit Fix network connection issues in Windows 10. To restart, select the Start button from the taskbar, click the Power fasten and pick Restart (not Shut down).
KB3206632 was delivered to determine this issue. Clients should initially make the strides above on the off chance that they can’t associate with the Internet, and afterward introduce the update. You can physically check for refreshes by clicking Settings, Update& Security, Windows Update and snap Check for Updates. Snap the Update History catch to check it if has just been introduced. For most others, KB3206632 will be introduced naturally. Visit the Windows Update FAQ for more data on staying up with the latest.
Note: This issue is limited to PCs running Windows 10 version 1607 that have not been restarted recently, and with network adapters unexpectedly showing an IP address in the 169.x.x.x range.