This could be a network security issue. In some cases, an Endpoint Security VPN Client will work well on Windows 7 but block recognition of cRIO on Windows 10. The discovery issues could be solved if you uninstall Endpoint Security and install a different VPN client.
Fast Startup Group Policy:Windows provides a Group Policy that enables Fast Startup Regardless of the local setting described above. To determine if this Group Policy is enabled:
If you are unable to disable this Group Policy, contact your administrator.
Silent Installations (Does not apply to NI Package Manager): The default behavior of National Instruments installers is to disable Fast Startup. During a silent installation, all options are set to default, so the user will not see the dialog that allows them to choose whether or not to disable Fast Startup. To override the default behavior refer to Customize and Automate Installation of a Suited Installer.
If you choose to keep Fast Startup, any changes to hardware may cause incorrect behavior of your devices. When changing hardware, explicitly performing a restart will allow the system to detect the changes. Note that this is different than shutting down and booting up with the Fast Startup feature enabled, since the Windows Restart operation bypasses Fast Startup.
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