Windows is an amazing operating system, but it does cause problems at times. Several users are facing the ‘netsh int ip reset’ failed problem on their Windows PC. If you are one of them, then follow the different solutions mentioned in this article to fix this issue.
Here’s how to fix the ‘netsh int ip reset’ failed problem on Windows
· Offer Sufficient Permissions for the ‘ netsh.exe’ file
1. Go to the Registry Editor menu by entering “regedit” in the text box.
2. Click on the Start option.
3. Click on the Run prompt box.
4. Click on the Windows and R keys together.
5. Go to the below-mentioned key given in the registry by going at the left-hand panel:
6. Enlarge the key, find the folder which is known as 26.
7. You need to right-click on it.
8. Select the Permissions option.
9. It is located on the prompt menu on the screen.
10. Press on the Advanced option.
11. You will get the Advanced Security settings menu.
12. You have to start changing the owner of the registry key.
13. Press on the Change URL.
14. It is given near to the “Owner” option.
15. Now, you will get the Select User or Group menu on the screen.
16. Choose the user account through the Advanced option.
17. Enter the user account details in the section which indicates ‘Enter the object name to select.’
18. Press on the Ok button.
19. Start adding everyone.
20. Additionally, start changing the subfolder owner.
21. Change the files in the folder.
22. Choose the box which indicates “Replace owner on sub containers and objects.”
23. It is located in the Advanced Security Settings menu.
24. Press on the Add option.
25. Press on the Select a principal option.
26. It is located on the upper side of the screen.
27. Choose the user account through the Advanced option.
28. Enter the user account details in the section which indicates ‘Enter the object name to select’ option.
29. Press on the Ok button.
30. Below the Basic permissions column, ensure that you choose Full control before you save the changes you have made.
31. Start the system again.
32. Check if you have fixed the “Resetting failed. Access is denied’ error.
· Replacing the antivirus tool you are currently using
1. Press on the Start option.
2. Go to the Control Panel menu by finding for it.
3. Additionally, press on the gear symbol.
4. It will launch the settings tab.
5. Choose the View as -Category option.
6. It is given at the upper right-hand side of the screen.
7. Press on the Uninstall a Program option.
8. It is given below the Programs column.
9. In case you have opened the Settings tab, press on the Apps option.
10. Find the antivirus tool.
11. It is located in the Control Panel menu.
12. Otherwise, press on the Settings tab,
13. Click on the Uninstall option.
14. Press on the Finish option.
15. Restart the system to save the changes you have done.
Ava Williams is an avid technical blogger, a magazine contributor, a publisher of guides at mcafee.com/activate, and a professional cyber security analyst. Through her writing, she aims to educate people about the dangers and threats lurking in the digital world.