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There was a similar topic here https://community.osr.com/discussion/258914/kdnet-on-a-usb-nic but the circumstances have changed enough in the 5 years since that thread that I think a new post isn't unwarranted.
I am trying to debug a specific laptop target that has no ethernet port (and its wireless adapter is not on the MSDN supported NIC list). The target is running a recent Windows 10, and Win10 doesn't support any kernel debugging but ethernet after version 1607. It has a thunderbolt port and usb ports. I have normally been debugging via a supported ethernet adapter in an eGPU enclosure connected by thunderbolt, but unfortunately what I'm trying to debug now is related to hotplugging that thunderbolt port, so this does not work in this scenario.
So, does anyone know if the updated supported NIC list yet contains any USB-ethernet NICs that I could buy for this purpose? I've tried searching for NICs by their device id / product ID in the list but haven't really had any luck with this.
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