Goofy message from Win 2000 Compatibility Checker
Posted on 2000-02-24
I'm getting the following problem called out in the Win 2000 Compatibility Checker:
Deterministic Network Enhancer
Setup has determined that you have some networking components that are not compatible with Microsoft Windows 2000. If you have a disk containing the files that are necessary to upgrade this component, click Have Disk, and point to those files. If updated files are unavailable, this component may not be upgraded correctly or some settings may be lost.
What in blazes is a Deterministic Network Enhancer? It shows up as a service in Network Properties. Can it be safely removed?
I've searched newsgroups, the web, and Microsoft's site and found nothing that gives me a clue. This is the last remaining issue I need to resolve before performing the upgrade.
TIA for your help.