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Can't find some files (ICMPAPI.H, ...) !

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Does someone know where I can find these files :

ICMPAPI.H
ICMP.DLL
IPEXPORT.H

I have the MSDN Cd's but I don't know on which CD these files are located.
Can I find these files on microsoft web site ?
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ICMP.DLL you can find in the %SystemRoot%\System32(NT) or %SystemRoot%\System(W95) directory.
ICMPAPI.H, IPEXPORT.H, ICMP.LIB: http://192.116.171.100/icmp.zip
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Thanks.
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