Why NdisrdMP on Windows 7?

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    nat32support
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    After installing the WinPkFilter driver on 64-bit Windows 7, this key appears in HKLMSystemCurrentControlSetServicesNdisrdMP

    It has a value ImagePath = system32DRIVERSndisrd.sys

    Why is the Ndisrd Mini Port installing on Windows 7?

    One further point: The uninstaller is not removing the WinPkFilter folder from Start/Programs. It is still there, even after a reboot.

    Chris.

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    Vadim Smirnov
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    Ndisrdmp is a miniport part of WinpkFilter NDIS IM driver. However, if you use one of the latest versions (starting 3.0.8) of WinpkFilter then it is supposed to install NDIS LWF driver on Windows Vista and later which does not have that part. Probably the WinpkFilter version you use is out-of-date.

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