I am still wrestling with this problem -- and not for the first time with a Windows 10 update.
I have followed the instructions in the first post in this thread and also yours about the QoS Packet Schedulerr. One thing I'm not clear on is what you mean by not needed IPv4 or 6. Should these also be "unticked"?
The Hamachi adapter is displayed in the list of network adapters shown under Network Connections. It's labeled "Internet 2," "Unidentified Network" and "LogMeIn Hamachi Virtual Ethernet Adapter #3".
I've tried restarting several times and I'm still getting the yellow triangle on my remote computers and I'm also not able to connect to my proxy software (Privoxy) from my primary PC. When I click on one of my peer PCs displaying the yellow triangle in Hamachi, it shows "Error" for VPN Status, and when I click for more details on the settings page, the message says there is a "network adapter error."
The last time I had this problem a month or so ago, I tried so many different fixes that I wasn't sure how I actually fixed it. I'm pretty sure I did everything this time as last, but no cigar.
Thanks for the clarification on versions, Aquitane. I've gone back and followed the instructions according to version number, step by step, but still no luck. After completing the first 6 steps, I unchecked the QoS setting and rebooted. First time, no luck. Second time I restarted, still no luck.
I tried reinstalling the hamdrrv, and I was able to see the two Hamachi adapters display the "Identifying..." message, and eventually that timed out on both adapters with the "Unidentified Network" message.
I am also on Windows 10 build 10061.
I suppose I will try to rebooting a couple more times, but I feel that "doing the same thing/surprised to be getting the same results" thing heading in my direction.
Let me know if you have any other ideas or suggestions for me.