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See figure below of the device manager on the host windows side.
RNDIS Gadget Driver
I also changed the vendor and product ids so that it wouldn’t match the “Acer” driver. Did this solve your problem?
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Wireshark is your friend. Try one of the other solutions.
A network bridge would be necessary for that. Lijux is actually what I ended up doing for my case. It loads the proper drivers on the petalinux build. What could be the problem with my setup on the windows? Registering new address record for fe Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services.
RNDIS Gadget Driver 
On your host PC, you need to make sure the For a more permanent solution, you could self-sign that. Will try to run my socket based programs to transfer data. After a few seconds, the network will say “connected”, and then you can ssh to the zero with “ssh pi raspberrypi. I run the command above after tndis up. The Kernel configuration was not quite the same as in the link above; nevertheless, I was able to get the USB Ethernet Gadget configuration done.
I have plain Windows 10 with no other OS, I have not had a preview version, it is activated and with latest patches on a Lenovo Ts, still fails badget after all patches: So this procedure is too painful, so I will not recommend it to my customers.
Indeed, same with my ODROID, havent recognized that, or it came with the latest Windows 10 patch which claimed to do something with rndis. If not, you can modify the. I just copied it to the SD card.
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Here is the workaround that I came up with for my particular case. I have another update. It only works if your host PC doesn’t have a firewall enable. It is exactly the same behavior, tested on two machines Windows 10 Pro German 32 and 64 bit, but in test mode, 32 bit machine with internet connection and running on latest gadgrt level But I found a new device in device manager: Home Questions Tags Rnids Unanswered.