Having not seen this in any postings, I'm starting this to see if anyone else has experienced a failure to automatically have Wifi reconnect upon waking from Sleep mode with the latest Windows 10 (Creative) update. I'm running an ASUS laptop (model G751jT) and have been using Windows 10 on it for well over a year. Typically put it to sleep when I'm done and then tap the keyboard or open the screen to wake it. Always, (and I mean 100% of the time) until the latest Windows 10 update, it connected automatically and immediately (within a few seconds) to my private, secure wireless home network. Now, it has stopped doing so.
Actions to date to try to resolve this issue:
1. Set Wifi to "Forget" my network and then re-connect with key re-entry
2. In Device Manager, verified that I have the latest driver (for Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 device)
3. On ASUS' site, verified that there is no new driver (for the latest Windows 10 release?)
4. In Device Manager, "Disable"d my wireless device and re-Enabled
5. In Device Manager, uninstalled and then re-installed my wireless device and re-installed
6. In Windows settings, when wifi has failed to automatically re-connect, I can turn it off and then on and it will connect
7. Reviewed all settings, "Connect automatically when in range" is On, "Make this PC discoverable" is On, "Metered connection" is Off (note: these settings are the same as I have always been using)
8. Have tested with my wireless router's 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz connections. Same result regardless of which I set as preferred.
9. When I invoke Windows (typically useless) troubleshooting, it disables and re-enables the wireless device which makes the connection work, so it just tells me that the problem is "fixed" but it doesn't have any reason as to why it wouldn't work in the first place.