I will try but I don't think they allow messing with that in the free version. Might have to uninstall Forticlient, then reboot and see what happens. Will let you know.If you want something to try...
Disable FortiClient for any web protection support and then reboot the system. Afterwards, go to weather.com and check if Windscribe still unexpectedly fails.
I think we are having a communications problem as I don't understand your question. I was using the free versions for Windscribe and Forticlient.Where is it too?
I typed edit:config in edge and there is a box to check for WebRTC but that didn't do the trick. I then went into edge settings, advanced and found the culprit. I had originally clicked allow for weather.com. After deleting that in advanced settings, weather now askes me if I want to allow it again.Have you tested if your WebRTC is the culprit?
It wasn't WebRTC and if you type about flags, that box is left blank by default. You have to check that box. See post # 17.Have you tested if your WebRTC is the culprit?