You were right! The problem is resolved.
I describe the solution and how it came:
- Firstly, I very carefully and logically understood that here either the SHiFT add-in itself, or something is blocking the connection on the computer (or router).
- The router is clean.
- I keep the Firewall turned off in Windows. For many years. But I remembered that I updated Windows updates a couple of three months ago.
- I checked - yes the firewall is disconnected. And he was going to just wait again “by the sea of weather”
- But I decided to go into the additional settings of the Windows Firewall, where the program sets the rules - for incoming and outgoing connections.
- I was not hoping to see anything there. But … I saw! HERE IT IS! PROBLEM! AND DECISION! I found the rules for the Borderlands ban.
The solution to the problem was: to clear all the rules for Borderlands 2 from the additional settings of the Windows Firewall (in my case) - by simply selecting and deleting.
I started the game and everything worked out!
ps Microsoft’s very strange policy of pseudo-firewalling. I understand that this can be done more forcefully. but normal shutdown does not shut off its operation.
I hope I helped someone else, besides myself. All good health and good game. And I went to play!