The confirmation from Microsoft makes Windows 10 users concerned about their systems

The new world is full of advancements; we live in a digital world where every passing second new technology is introduced. Different companies focus on providing a new platform to its users. With time, the interests of people and their requirements change too and different companies try to provide various services and create unique content for its users. The core purpose of all the firms is to provide unique features and services that make them stand out in the market.

For any company to succeed, customers play a vital role. Microsoft is one of the most popular tech giants due to its unique services and products. The Windows OS of Microsoft is run in almost all of the computers, PCs, laptops, etc.

Bug in Microsoft’s Windows 10

Recently, Microsoft disclosed about a bug in its Windows 10 OS that could mess up with VPN services on machines and display the error code “0xc000005”.

This Bug is present in the Remote Access Connection Manager (RASMAN) service that’s required by the VPN services to function.

This bug is most likely to occur on devices where VPN profile is configured as AOVPN (Always-ON VPN) with or without device tunnel and on the area where data level is manually configured to the value zero 0.

This bug only affects users with Build 18362.207 which is the latest version of Windows 10 1903 released on June 27. It doesn’t affect users with manual-only VPN profiles and connections.

How to fix this bug?

According to Microsoft until the next update is released users can try to work it out.

Open the Windows Registry editor and open following SubKey.


To change the value of the setting AllowTelemetry to 1 (Basic), 2 (Enhanced) and 3 (Full) according to your preference. These numbers decide the level of Windows Telemetry you want on your device.

If the Key is not there, you will have to create it. Make sure you know what you’re doing because disturbing registry settings could be harmful to your machine.

If you have Windows 10 Pro, you can configure the telemetry values in the Group Policy editor.

Follow the following path to configure:

Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Data Collection and Preview Builds\Allow Telemetry.

After that, change the value of Safe Policy settings to Enabled and set it to 1 (Basic), 2 (Enhanced), 3 (Full) depending on your preferences.

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