If none of the steps we’ve described above doesn’t seem to work, you can try creating a new VPN connection.
This doesn’t mean that you need to give up on using a PPTP VPN connection.
Just create a new one using the same credentials as your old VPN connection, and remove the previous, broken one.
After doing so, try accessing the TCP/IPv4 properties button on the new connection to check if everything is alright.
Reportedly, this method only works for VPN connections that don’t allow other people to use it.
If your connection is configured in another manner, you might have to delete it and create one that meets the requirement described above.
Otherwise, you won’t be able to fix the TCP/IPv4 properties button not displayed by using the PowerShell method.
To wrap things up, if you can’t access TCP/IPv4 properties on a VPN connection on Windows 10, there are a few things you could do about it.
First and foremost, we advise you to download the latest updates, as it may be the best way to solve the issue.
If you notice that applying the latest Windows 10 updates didn’t work, make sure to try any or all of our remaining suggestions.
FAQ: Learn more about TCP/IPv4 errors
- How can I fix IPv4 properties not working on Windows 10?
If you can no longer access the IPv4 properties section on Windows 10, our guide can help you fix it in no time.
- How do I fix IPv4/IPv6 no Internet access error on Windows 10?
If you experience limited or no connectivity, check out our guide and learn how to fix IPv4/IPv6 no Internet access error on Windows 10.
- How can I fix VPN connection issues on my PC?
If your VPN refuses to establish a connection, our user-friendly guide will help you troubleshoot and fix your VPN connection.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in July 2016 and was revamped and updated in December 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.
This post was written by Vlad Constantinescu and was first posted to WindowsReport