I have a laptop (an Asus ZenBook UX310) that for a reason I can't explain doesn't detect one Wifi-network that I need to use. The laptop runs Windows 10 (Home) and it has a very basic hardware configuration, with all the Intel chips including for wireless networking (AC 7265).
I have tried all the basic advice (forget all networks, reboot, disable/enable network adapter, reinstall drivers, etc.) and also some of the more far-fetched advice (make sure the network drivers are installed after the graphics drivers(?), reset the network stack, etc.)
The only thing I can think of is that the Wifi-network I want to connect to, which was recently installed by the organization, has some kind of new configuration or requirement that somehow prevents Windows 10 from detecting it.
So my question is: Is it possible for a Wifi-network to have some configuration option or setting that prevents a fully up-to-date Windows 10 machine from detecting it? Even though it seems to work fine for thousands of other people that all use their BYOD?
Clarification: It's a laptop that is a couple of years old and connects to many existing Wifi-networks without any problems whatsoever. So it is not a general problem with Wifi, but only an isolated issue with one single Wifi-network.