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ltolom

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I have seen this error a few times on a customer's computer, can anyone share some light on it?

Application popup: Windows - Fatal Application Exit : WinRoute Driver: IpSendExplorationalPacketReceived: Invalid tag in 'PendingBuffer' struct !?

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The description for Event ID ( 4000 ) in Source ( WRDRV ) cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. You may be able to use the /AUXSOURCE= flag to retrieve this description; see Help and Support for details. The following information is part of the event: \Device\WRDRV, IpSendExplorationalPacketReceived: Invalid tag in .

The computer is running Windows Server 2003 and KWF is version 6.1.2 buld 603 with McAfee antivirus enabled.

Thanks.
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Kerio_jthomas

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Interesting, this is new to me.

Please open a ticket with us at http://support.kerio.com. We may request more information from you.


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ltolom

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We have several KFW installation and we too thought this was a strange error. We are quite happy with Kerio products and we never had any problems with them.

For the moment we have removed the software and moved KWF to another server to act as firewall. So far no errors.

On the previous server, while browsing in the installed programs, we have found SoftPerfect Bandwidth Manager (seems a nice program, by the way). It was configured for a 1Mbit/s outgoing limitation could this be the responsible for the crashes?

Thanks.
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