RTI Protocol Analyzer with Wireshark uses the Windows Packet capture () driver (called NPF) when it starts to capture live data. Loading the driver requires Administrator privileges. Once the NPF driver is loaded, every local user can capture from the driver until it is stopped. On Windows Vista systems, even though the account may have Administrator privileges, the NPF driver service may not be running. The article recommends a few options on how to start the NPF driver.
Supported Systems for npf driver not running. Windows 7 (4). Npf driver not running. Last update.. Supported Systems OS support. Windows 7/8/8.1/10. Com/youtube?q=npf+driver+not+running+windows+10&v=SmffJhlOvAE Mar 25, 2015 To Avoid this error you need to start npf. This entry has information about the startup entry named NetGroup Packet Filter Driver that points to the npf.
Specifically, on a Windows Vista system, you can do the following: • Open a command shell with the 'Run as administrator' option. • Use that shell to enter net start npf.
You should see the following: C: Windows system32>net start npf The NetGroup Packet Filter Driver service was started successfully. C: Windows system32>Intel 82578dc Gigabit Network Driver Windows 10. • Close the command shell. • Restart RTI Protocol Analyzer with Wireshark. NOTICE: Any content you submit to the RTI Research Community Portal, including personal information, is not subject to the protections which may be afforded to information collected under other sections of RTI's Web site.