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Another Redstone 5 release for the Skip Ahead folks.
Something that has me a wee bit worried
Windows is transforming the networking stack after 20 years through the Net Adapter framework. This framework introduces a new, more reliable, network driver model that inherits the goodness of the Windows driver framework while bringing an accelerated data path.
SOURCE: https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2018/04/25/announcing-windows-10-insider-preview-build-17655-for-skip-ahead/

The last time we had some minor adjustments to the network stack, it resulted in a fair bit of issues and some confusion.
Fingers crossed that this time it goes smoother.
 
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All seems to be fine.
Seemed a little longer than usual, but.....
At least nothing seems to be broken.

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I am not running that build, but I do have an option in the Bios to enable the Network stack on my new system. Is that a good or bad thing to do?

Never mind, the book says it deals with options for PXE, which I don't use... Seems like another Enterprise improvement.

Thanks
 
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