What is Remote NDIS sharing device?
Remote NDIS (RNDIS) eliminates the need for hardware vendors to write an NDIS miniport device driver for a network device attached to the USB bus. Because this Remote NDIS interface is standardized, one set of host drivers can support any number of networking devices attached to the USB bus.
How do I remove Remote NDIS based Internet sharing device?
Remote Ndis Based Internet Sharing Device Driver
- Click “Start” button, then search for Device Manager.
- Look for the specific driver that you would like to disable.
- Right click for Properties.
- Select Driver Tab, then click “Disable Device” button.
- Apply the changes by clicking the “OK” button.
How do I update my Remote NDIS based Internet sharing device?
How to resolve:
- Open Device Manager.
- Go to Network Adapters.
- Right click “Remote NDIS based Internet Sharing Device” and select “Update”
- Choose “Browse my Computer for driver software”
- Select “Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer”
- Uncheck “show compatible hardware”
Can I disable Remote NDIS compatible device?
However again, this time, if the Remote NDIS Compatible Device is enabled and the server reboots, the network then displays as private instead of domain name. The only way to get it back to the domain name is to disable Remote NDIS Compatible Device.
How to update HTC Remote NDIS based device driver?
The package provides the installation files for HTC Remote NDIS Based Device Driver version 22.214.171.124. 1. Go to Device Manager (right click on My Computer, choose Manage and then find Device Manager in the left panel) 2. Right click on the hardware device you wish to update and choose Update Driver Software 3.
Which is USB driver is used for Remote NDIS?
The transport driver for USB 1.1 and 2.0 is implemented and maintained by Microsoft and distributed as part of Windows. This structure allows a single device driver to be used for any Remote NDIS device for which there is a bus-specific transport layer.
What is Remote NDIS based Internet sharing Devic-windows?
All of a sudden this morning I boot Windows 10, and it says a new network is connected, “Remote NDIS based Internet Sharing Device” But I only have 1 PC and 1 Wireless Telstra Wifi device. What is “Remote NDIS based Internet Sharing Device” and why has it installed?
Who is the driver for the NDIS miniport?
Microsoft provides an NDIS miniport driver, Rndismp.sys, which implements the Remote NDIS message set and communicates with generic bus transport drivers, which in turn communicate with the appropriate bus driver.