As IPv6 starts to roll out more and more, and Windows to update more and more, it may be time to turn IPv6 back on your computer. I wanted to put a reminder out that the IPv6 Cleaner also has a tool built in to change the IPv6 setting of the machine. After changing the setting reboot and Windows will take the new setting. IPv6 Activator is the same code that runs in the 6to4 Cleaner, just as a standalone app.
The following options are avaible:
Enable IPv6 – Windows Default
Disable IPv6 except critical components – Use if card problem persists
Disable native IPv6 interfaces
Disable all tunnel IPv6 interfaces
Disable all IPv6 interfaces except for the IPv6 loopback interface
This new version of 6to4 Card Cleaner adds the full Microsoft process of fixing the problem; the program will disable IPv6, remove the cards, and then run KB980486. There still is a option to just remove the cards. Added features also include an updater, a window that allows you to set IPv6 to any of the 6 settings, and a new backend.
These cards WILL NOT show up in device manager, unless you turn on hidden devices, and WILL NOT show up in ipconfig unless you do ipconfig /all.
I also took out the window that lets you change the IPv6 setting, and made it its own app, so if you need a user to just change IPv6 they can get this 70kb app.
As always any bugs please report them, I will patch and the automatic updater will alert users a new version is available. Source available on request.