Microsoft Surface Pro 4 - wifi adapter turning off

New Microsoft Surface Pro 4 with Windows 10.  Deployed for 5 days.  User is on first travel trip and has an issue with the WiFi adapter turning off on its own.  First few days, it has been fine.  Now, to is off on boot, she manually enables it via Network Adapter settings.  It turns on, allows her to connect to a WiFi network (Verizon MiFi or remote location building's wifi.  Then it turns off within a few seconds.

Surface tablet is fully charged.
Issue happens with the miFi and the building hosted wifi.

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crystal (strive4peace) - Microsoft MVP, AccessRemote Training and ProgrammingCommented:
Some laptops have the battery set to low performance so it will last longer.  Check, and change, the Power Options
MeenanMAuthor Commented:
Removed the driver via Device manager, rebooted the tablet.  Upon restart it installs the driver again, issue seems to be corrected.
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