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How I can use NT DDK PACKET driver with VC++ ?

Posted on 1998-08-15
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I've built the packet driver from ddk/network/packet directory, I've
got a packet32.dll, packet32.lib etc..., the testapp.c works fine. But
when I build my project in VC++ (with MFC) I get "unresolved external
symbol _PacketOpenAdapter" (obviusly for all packet functions), but
I've linked the library packet32.lib and I've put the 'extern "C"' in
all function prototypes in packet32.h, but it still don't work.

Anybody can help me ? How I can use packet32.lib under VC++ 4.2 ?

I've used packet driver that come with MSDN of August 1996, I don't
know if newer version works, anyone knows ?

Regards.
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by:Mark Aerts
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Isn't this a C++ question?
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cant do it

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