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VPN Has multiple bugs
Windows 10 and VPN - Downloading free VPN has caused multiple annoying problems. I have contacted Norton and gave them remote control of my computer. They did their analysis and came to the conclusion that I must select VPN each time I log on. He concluded it was not automatic after all. Fine, no big deal since my laptop is very seldom used on non-secure networks anyway. The bigger annoyance is that when I attempt to either restart or shut down, I get an error message that specifically states this action is being blocked by VPN. So then I select "Shut down Anyway" and it does so. The biggest annoyance is that it appears that VPN is also blocking Adobe Flash Player when I want to watch television (Comcast/Xfinity wifi and cable service). Like the shut down problem, I have to "allow" Adobe "once". This occurs even though Adobe is already in my settings and is turned on. Apparently VPN finds Adobe suspicious even on my secure home network, and with VPN NOT Turned On. I wish I had not downloaded VPN in the first place. We will not add it to our other devices and will not pay for it when my subscription is up. It was not ready for prime time and is full of bugs.