VPN Connection fails due to badly configured network adapter. Symptom: Starting and logging in to the ProtonVPN Windows client work fine, however, when connecting to a server, the connection fails. Cause: The TAP Adapter is improperly configured such that the ProtonVPN client cannot correctly establish a connection.

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