LVGVPDRV.INF Driver File Contents (LV196226RT.EXE)

; -- lvgvpdrv.inf --
; Sample Filter INF file
; Copyright (c) 1993-1999, Microsoft Corporation

; ----------------------------------------------------------------------
; Note:
; 1. Items specifically required for a filter have been marked with
;    "!!--Filter Specific--!!" keyword
; 2. A filter DOES NOT require a notify object for proper installation.
;    A notify object is only required if one wants to have better control
;    over binding operations or if one wants to receive notifications
;    when other components get installed/removed/bound/unbound.
;    This sample uses a notify object as an example only. If you do not
;    want to use a notify object, please follow the instructions in (4).
; 3. If you want to use this INF file with your own IM driver, please
;    make the following modifications:
;    File lvgvpdrv.inf
;    --------------
;    a. In section [SourceDisksFiles] and [LVGVPCL.CopyFiles.Sys]
;       change passthru.sys to the name of your own driver binary.
;    b. In section [LVGVPCL.ndi.AddReg], change values of
;       BindForm and MiniportId to appropriate values.
;    File lvgvpdrv_m.inf
;    ----------------
;    a. Replace MS_LVGVPCLMP with InfId of your miniport.
;    b. In section [LVGVPCLMP.AddService],
;       change ServiceBinary appropriately.
;    c. In section [LVGVPCLMP.ndi.AddReg],
;       change "LVGVPCL" in the line having "Service"
;       to reflect the appropriate name
; 4. If you want to use this INF for installing the sample IM without
;    the notify object, do the following:
;    a. In section [LVGVPCL.ndi.AddReg],
;       Comment out lines having ClsId and ComponentDll
;    b. In section [LVGVPCL.ndi],
;       change the value of Characteristics so that it does not have
;       the NCF_HAS_UI flag
;    c. In section [SourceDisksFiles], comment out the line having sfilter.dll
;    d. In section [LVGVPCL.ndi], remove LVGVPCL.CopyFiles.Init from the
;       CopyFiles line.
; ----------------------------------------------------------------------

Signature  = "$Windows NT$"
Class      = NetService
ClassGUID  = {4D36E974-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
Provider   = %LV%
DriverVer  = 06/10/2003,3.05.0616.1



%LVGVPCL_Desc% = LVGVPCL.ndi, lv_lvgvpcl

AddReg = LVGVPCL.ndi.AddReg, LVGVPCL.AddReg
; Note:
; 1. The NCF_* flags are defined in netcfgx.h
; 2. NCF_HAS_UI (0x80) is required only if the filter has a Notify object
;    and it supports custom property pages.
;Characteristics = 0x490 ; NCF_HAS_UI | NCF_FILTER | NCF_NO_SERVICE !!--Filter Specific--!!
Characteristics = 0x410 ; NCF_FILTER | NCF_NO_SERVICE !!--Filter Specific--!!
CopyFiles       = LVGVPCL.CopyFiles.Init, LVGVPCL.CopyFiles.Sys, LVGVPCL.CopyFiles.Inf
;CopyFiles       = LVGVPCL.CopyFiles.Sys, LVGVPCL.CopyFiles.Inf

; ----------------------------------------------------------------------
; File copy


DefaultDestDir = 12
LVGVPCL.CopyFiles.Init  = 11   ; %windir%\System32
LVGVPCL.CopyFiles.Sys   = 12   ; %windir%\System32\drivers
LVGVPCL.CopyFiles.Inf   = 17   ; %windir%\inf

; Copying of sfilter.dll is required only if the filter has a Notify object



; ----------------------------------------------------------------------
; Filter Install

HKR, Ndi, HelpText, , %LVGVPCL_HELP%

; ----------------------------------------------------------------------
; Keys required if a Notify object is present
; These keys should be omitted if the Filter does not have any Notify object
; Note:
; 1. Only include the following lines if your filter has configuration UI
;    that needs to be displayed.  Otherwise, you should not need a notify
;    object.
; 2. If you write your own notifyobject, use a different GUID for ClsID!!
;    (Generate this with uuidgen.exe)
;HKR, Ndi, ClsID,        , {df2e4f67-e93a-11d1-bb14-0000f8779051}
;HKR, Ndi, ComponentDll, , sfilter.dll

; ----------------------------------------------------------------------
; !!--Filter Specific--!!
; Note:
; 1. Other components may also have UpperRange/LowerRange but for filters
;    the value of both of them must be noupper/nolower
; 2. The value FilterClass is required.
; 3. The value Service is required
; 4. FilterDeviceInfId is the InfId of the filter device (miniport) that will
;    be installed for each filtered adapter.
;    In this case this is lv_lvgvpclmp (refer to lvgvpdrv_m.inf)
HKR, Ndi,            FilterClass,         , failover
HKR, Ndi,            FilterDeviceInfFile, , lvgvpdrv_m.inf
HKR, Ndi,            FilterDeviceInfId,   , lv_lvgvpclmp
HKR, Ndi,            Service,             , LVGVPCL
HKR, Ndi\Interfaces, UpperRange,          , noupper
HKR, Ndi\Interfaces, LowerRange,          , nolower
HKR, Ndi\Interfaces, FilterMediaTypes,    , "ethernet, tokenring, fddi, wan"

; The following key is Required
; The following key is LVGVPCL specific
HKR, Parameters, Param1, 0, 4

    DelService = LVGVPCL

; ----------------------------------------------------------------------
LV = "Leutron Vision"
DiskDescription = "LVSDS Driver Disk"

LVGVPCL_Desc = "Leutron Vision Filter Driver"
LVGVPCL_HELP = "Leutron Vision Filter Driver"

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