For more information see here.
Windows 10 - Edge Browser
One of the side effects of setting the *NdisDeviceType flag is that the new Edge Browser in Windows 10 cannot (will not?) connect to a web server on those devices.
It is unknown at this time if this is the intended behavior or something that was added inadvertently in the implementation of the new browser. Other browsers such as Internet Explorer or Chrome do not have this limitation.
- Install and use Chrome or Firefox
- Use Internet Explorer (IE 11 works fine)
- Do not set the *NdisDeviceType flag
One of the limitations of an endpoint device is that there is no way to connect through it to another network. Some of the required WLK/HCK/HLK tests for network devices require a test setup that requires and tests network connectivity via the tested device to another test Windows system that is then routed back through a local network connection to complete the test. This cannot be done for endpoint devices and requires setting the *NdisDeviceType flag.
If your device needs to have the *NdisDeviceType flag set and you also need to have your customers access web pages using the Edge Browser there is a problem. Contact Belcarra and we will help with a work around for testing.