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Thanks for posting TeeJay, that's great news about NCAP winpcap-compatibility option -- it's the first I've heard about it.  :up:
-mouser (October 16, 2018, 10:55 PM)
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i also told, much shorter, but told :-)

You're right, you did and I missed it the first time.  My ears are getting old :(

I am using a Lenovo Ideapad 330 with Intel Dual Band Wireless AC3165 and Windows 10. I had the same problem as Supermann getting URL Snooper to recognize my wireless adapter or a working alternative. On several tries, URL Snooper's Auto Determine could not find an adapter to support capture. One one occasion, URL Snooper selected a Microsoft adapter option, but that adapter did not work. Manually selecting the various adapter options also did not work. In researching this issue, I came across Npcap. I solved my problem by installing Npcap and selecting the WinPcap Compatible option to replace WinPcap. When I next ran Auto Determine, URL Snooper chose "Network adapter 'Microsoft' on local host - rpcap://\Device\NPF_{omitted}." This adapter has been working fine to capture URLs from browsers and applications. URL Snooper still does not see the AC3165 adapter. Bear in mind that I am not an expert user, so I cannot offer a technical explanation or even confirm that Npcap made the difference. I am just happy I don't have to figure out how to use Wireshark!
-TeeJay (October 16, 2018, 04:48 PM)
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This solution does not work here. :( After selecting "Auto Determine", I still get the error, and there ist no adapter (other than Windscribe, but this is my VPN) that works. Look at my list:

Do you have a hint?


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