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I'm trying to compile the Winsock LSP example that came with the Microsoft SDK example, but I've run into a link error that I cannot overcome.  The error is:

error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol _WSCWriteProviderOrder@8

I've already added ole32.lib rpcrt4.lib and ws2_32.lib to the library modules list (Im using VC++ 6.0), but I still have the error.  What do I need to do to get this to compile?
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Add also Sporder.lib to the linker list.
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Thanks!
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