Installing winpkfilter lwf sliently on Win2008(64bit)

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  • #5384

    weihao.ma
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    Hi, SerpentFly,
    I manager to install winpkfilter LWF on Win2008(64bit) sliently. When i manually install the driver by “Local Connection Properties” Panel, the driver was installed sucessful.(I test it by runing listadapters.exe, and the listadapters return all adapters), But When i install the driver by the follow cmd:

    snetcfg.exe -v -l ndisrd_lwf.inf -c s -i nt_ndisrd

    after the driver was installed, the network connection icon shows disconnect state.
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    #7115

    weihao.ma
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    If someone give any suggestions will be appreciated…

    #7116

    Vadim Smirnov
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    Have you started command line (under which you execute snetcfg) under Administrator account?

    Normally when you install LWF driver the network is temporary disconnected and then reconnected. Do you mean that in your case the network is permanently disabled?

    #7117

    weihao.ma
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    In my case, the network is permanently disabled in Winpkfilter 3.1 version, and I am convinced that the program started command line under Administrator account.

    But today, I download the latest version of Winpkfilter 3.1.1, and extract the lwf filter, do the same work as before (install the driver by the follow cmd: snetcfg.exe -v -l ndisrd_lwf.inf -c s -i nt_ndisrd), everything works fine, the network is temporary disconnected and then reconnected.

    Is the promble has been fixed in Winpkfilter 3.1.1?

    #7118

    Vadim Smirnov
    Moderator

    There was one fix in 3.1.1 (LWF unload/unbind bug) which may be related to your problem. It was very difficult to reproduce and caused various side effects one of those is network lock.

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