Installing Wireguard on Windows 10 on Arm; "wintun" device

Edward Vielmetti edward.vielmetti at
Wed Jan 1 04:38:00 CET 2020

I have a Windows 10 on Arm laptop (Lenovo Yoga C630) that I'm
looking to install Wireguard on.

Generally speaking, Windows 10 on Arm runs either arm64 or win32
binaries, but not win64, so I installed the 32-bit x86 version of Wireguard
and the software came up fine.

I created a config to point at my existing Wireguard server, but was stymied
by the need to install a "Wintun" device. Apparently this doesn't work,
with the error message as follows

2019-12-31 22:30:55.300: [TUN] [wg0] Unable to create Wintun interface:
Error creating interface: No driver for device "Wintun" installed

I do see this commit

which makes me think there's some arm64 work going on somewhere, and it's
that I botched the install at some point, so I'd welcome any guidance or


Edward Vielmetti +1 734 330 2465
edward.vielmetti at
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