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Windows 2003 Server x64, CreateService : This driver has been blocked from loading

Postby misiu » Thu, 15 Nov 2007 23:10:42 GMT


I'm using special driver for handling raw Ethernet frames which I 
partially developed. Up to now all the development was done on WinXP SP2 
(everything is fine) but after I moved to Windows 2003 Serve x64 when 
I'm trying to load driver via CreateService function I'm getting this 
message "This driver has been blocked from loading". Of course I have 
64-bit version of this driver cross-compiled on WinXP using WINDDK ver. 

What could be a problem and how to solve it?


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