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My target PC is a Win10x64Prof, debugging is enabled and I could debug my kernel drivers since 2019 until today.
After a WIN10 update on the target PC today it stopped working.
KDNET initialization failed. Status = 0xC0000001.
No valid link. The network cable might not be properly connected. "
The cable is properbly connect, ping and all network communication is working, and moreover the traget and host could communicate while the target was booting.
Wireshark on the target shows that no more packets were send to the Host.
What could be the reason that "KDNET initialization failed with the error msg above"?
Any help is appreciated,
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