New problem WSL2 & Comodo…
In Windows 2004 “Ethernet adapter vEthernet (WSL)” cannot create with installed Comodo. Without Comodo all fine. Turning off all the Comodo components not helped, full uninstall only.
My COMODO version is 220.127.116.1136, but in %windir%\system32\guard64.dll version is 18.104.22.16832
Full uninstall Comodo 22.214.171.12436 by ciscleanuptool and then install last finded on my system Comodo installation package (126.96.36.19914):
Hyper-V Virtual Ethernet Adapter ( vEthernet (WSL) ) created automaticly when WSL2 is using.
Cannot install KillSwitch (Error:5) again, and my system sometimes freezes on 1-2 min. But… WSL2 is working!
upd: The system freezes often, many errors. I will be glad to any advice…
188.8.131.5282 working fine for me
no BSOD, no system freezing, no errors in logs. Creating vSwitch working fine, WSL2 too.
Winver: Windows 10, v2004 (19041.329) with installed all available updates on 6/10/2020.
UPD: Yeah! The best stability in Win10v2004! Workaround found. Fuf)
Next time I will test all previous versions of Comodo for 3 years first
Can we get some official confirmation which version now is absolutely confirmed to work?
I do not want another trial and error session. I want to download this software only, if I there is a certain confirmation, that this issue is fixed now.
Can confirm, this seems to work. To double check, I restarted the computer after the successful installation and its initial scan. WSL2 still seems to work. Good job. Though, is there an offline installer for this version? I’d like to archive it myself instead of relying on it staying online, when it certainly will be taken down, at some point, anyway.
I guess, I needed to triple check! Double check wasn’t enough. After the second restart, my Docker Desktop did not want to start up. I tried everything (again) to get it running, including restarting the App, rebooting the computer again, disabling parts of Comodo, disabling all of Comodo. Nothing helped. After I uninstalled Comodo and rebooted the computer, Docker Desktop works fine again.
What a pitiful experience.
Comodo, please try to fix it actively, instead of trying to fix it as a random side effect.
You are a huge company and can afford some developer time and a Windows Pro license, on which installation you enable WSL2 and Docker Desktop. You need to test that it actually works with those 2 Apps. Comodo is nice, but the two mentioned applications are far more important, than Comodo.
Sorry but that sounds like a different issue not related at all to the original bug with WSLv2 not working due to the hyper-v virtual ethernet adapter not being created at startup. If you have an issue with docker then you need to make a separate bug report as this one appears to be fixed.