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Removing an LSP

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I've googled 'till I turn blue in the face, but the amount of information on removing an LSP using C/C++ on the net is abysmal. What I really need is a command line utility that can remove a WinSock2 Layered Service Provider by using the DLL name. LSPFix does what I want, but it's GUI only. I need a command line version. I'm trying to write my own, but it's a royal pain. I'm on a time crunch, so I'd like to get some information or maybe some code examples of how to remove an LSP entry. Thanks guys! [Edited by - daerid on September 14, 2004 3:04:19 PM]

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justin` may have some code segments to do it if you haven't asked him already. I know he had a tool that would dump out a bunch of Winsock info.

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