I really am at a loss as to how to troubleshoot or change it. I have to task switch now, but I will digest this and do some independent research on my own before I get back here. Hey – I’ve been lucky and just had to manage one INF file for 10 years, so I take this at face value and I can’t rebut it. That’s a pretty big philosophical sleight-of-hand. Initializing, resetting, and halting device operation Transmitting and receiving networking data packets Setting and querying device operational parameters Indicating media link status and monitoring device status Microsoft also provides a USB bus transport driver that implements a mechanism for carrying the Remote NDIS messages across the USB bus. You may also leave feedback directly on GitHub.

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The driver did install. I have used that example with a device we’ve developed, and the device shows as both a COM port and a network interface, but not as a USB device. I need to know the answer to this specific question because the default behavior of Windows 10 does not do this. Several links indicate this problem: This section includes the following additional topics: You can then install drivers for each child device, as usual, by a custom INF file, or let Windows install in-box driver detected by the child device’s class when available.


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Any suggestion is appreciated. I’m trying to use a MiFi broadband stick that used to work fine before the Creators Update. It belongs to another CDC subclass.

Aplologize for jumping in, but what does “USB device” mean here? This significantly reduces the development burden on device manufacturers, improves the overall stability of the system because no new drivers are required, and improves the end-user experience because there are no drivers to install to support a new USB bus-connected network device. We use Windows on laptop.

I originally wrote the article about 15 years ago for a magazine. You should also look at the Windows HLKwhich will help you validate your hardware package with the requirements of the operating system. Yes, Windows recognizes composite USB devices and installs a special driver a. Azius Developer Training www.

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Hi Brian, Thanks for the reply. I was able to get it to work on Win That said, I’ve not had to write any installation script code, so this part is new to rnddis. In addition, only one bus transport layer is required for all network devices on a specific bus. With a composite USB device, is it possible to have it exposed as a USB device and a network interface at the same time.



That part seems OK. It shouldn’t already be a worthless item because Win10 CU won’t recognize what was previously recognizable.

The specific question is: Remote NDIS accomplishes this by defining a bus-independent message set and a description of how this message set operates over the USB bus. Remove From My Forums.

Tuesday, September 19, 1: I will check it out. I am wondering where the line is between using the miniport driver and writing your own driver – I have no idea.

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Rndls, March 23, That link comes up Is there a way to change the INF to allow for that? Monday, September 18, 5: Is there a new location for that?

Thanks for the info. What details do I need to provide to get to an answer on this?