PGP doesn't seem to work with W2k.
What to do?
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> > >Please help,
> > >PGP doesn't seem to work with W2k.
> > >What to do?
> > PGP 6.5.2a is reported to be Windows 2000 compliant.
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I'm using w2k DDK to write a 1394 driver. And I use the 1394 sample,
which is provided by DDK, to test the driver in w2k (no SP installed).
Everything is fine. But after upgrading the w2k to sp3, the Win1394
application is no longer work. It always generate the system error 0x32
(ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED) for most commands. More specific, the error is
returned by the DeviceIoControl call. Does anyone know what is the
change in w2k sp3 to cause this problem?