I am Having issue Joining Insider Program !

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I am on 21390.100 Build That I have Updated By using ISO . When I click Get Started then error 0x80072ee7 occurs . I am Attaching The Screen Shot . Please Help Me ! 

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Hello @Raghav_Sachdev,

 

Please refer this video fix:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5mtl1gtESk

 

Let us know if this helps you!

Note: YouTube.com is a non-Microsoft website. The page appears to be providing accurate, safe information. Watch out for ads on the site that may advertise products frequently classified as a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Products). 

 

In this video, see how to fix if you can't join Windows Insider on Windows 10 to receive preview builds with error code 0x0. Read at https://www.kapilarya.co...

@Kapil Arya This unfortunately doesn't address the above error. However, I originally had the 0x0 error. The method above got me to the error code mentioned above.

I have been scouring the Internet and forums trying to figure out how to fix it for the last 3 days and with no luck fixing it. Although I'm an IT student, I am still having problems with it. Unfortunately, I think the only fix really is to reinstall Windows altogether or locate the files in the most recent Windows 10 ISO that are affected.

@MikeSapienza 

Hello.
Have you tried to reset the network and log out of your device?

 

Hi Raghav, I am not sure how you got an ISO for Windows 11 as there is none. This ISO may have a virus or was malware or was used to target users. Not sure but there is no official ISO at this time and Microsoft may be blocking users from using it fully. Since, it isn't genuine, best since of security and privacy reasons. It may keyloggers, to go to http://aka.ms/winup and fresh install Windows 10 on a flash drive and clean installing Windows 10 .

Please make sure to backup all your files, make sure if you have any license keys, store them and backup everything to your OneDrive or cloud storage or to a backup.

Then, after finish installing Windows 10, you may proceed to going to insider windows in update and going to 11.

Or, you may reset when you are in Windows 11 but this will remove your apps and if you want a clean, then remove personal files.

I am not sure how the reset works if it reinstalls the Windows you have on file, so it may also be bad. Not sure, up to you :)

Anyone else have any suggestions?

Link to the Media Creation Tool,

http://aka.ms/winup

Thanks,

Shawn