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It8875f Driver Windows 7

There is an issue with the Visual Studio integration plugin “CMake” which restricts the ability of the “build” NSIS script to properly identify the architecture or architecture combination (with build tools) in which a driver will be built. In previous versions of NSIS you would use an [if] statement in the “install” script. Version I602 uses different code that NSIS developers have been working on to enable IntelliSense for the “CMake” plugin. If you run the “build” NSIS script for a 32-bit driver in the build tools architecture (x86) or a 64-bit driver with the build tools architecture (x64) then you will get errors related to architecture handling. To use the CMake integration plugin in the next NSIS 2.0.1 version, you will need to run the “build” NSIS script in an architecture which you are not developing for, such as Win10 x86 or Win10 x64.

Important: you will need to use the correct installer for your operating system. The Windows 10 installer will not work on Windows 7/8/8.1/Server 2012r2. This is because Microsoft’s driver signing requirements and tap-windows6. For the same reason you need to use an older installer with Windows Server 2016. This older installer has a local privilege escalation vulnerability issue which we cannot resolve for Windows Server 2016 until tap-windows6 passes the HLK test suite on that platform. In the meanwhile we recommend Windows Server 2016 users to avoid installing OpenVPN/tap-windows6 driver on hosts where all users can’t be trusted. Users of Windows 7-10 and Server 2012r2 are recommended to update to latest installers as soon as possible.

i’ve been using openvpn for a while now with the it8875f. i love the ease of use and have had no issues. i did recently upgrade to windows 10 and the i8875f driver didn’t install correctly. i would get the error “the driver installed successfully but..” when i was connected to the vpn it would crash and i would have to reboot and then connect back to the vpn. once i did that several times i deleted the driver and reinstalled it and it worked. i’m not sure if it’s a bug in windows 10, but it’s definitely fixed now.
i am trying to setup openvpn on my windows 10 laptop. i have downloaded and installed the latest version of the it8875f driver, and have followed the instructions on the v2.4.2 of the “windows driver for linux” document to connect my server, but cannot. i get the error “the connection failed because the underlying connection was closed: the connection was closed.” i can connect to my linux server without any problems, and i have successfully connected my windows 7 laptop to a linux vpn server with the it8875f driver. i’m using windows 10. any help is appreciated.
i have updated the drivers for it8875f and it seems to be working. the driver updates seem to have done it. it is the first time i have had an issue with the it8875f driver. it seems to be working fine. i have an x230 laptop.
it’s been a couple weeks since i’ve worked with my it8875f drivers, and the last time i did was with the 2.4.2 driver. the 2.2 driver was working fine, but after the fall creators update, i was unable to connect to the vpn. i ended up doing some googling, and found a fix. i wanted to make sure that i was doing this correctly, so i’m posting my steps below.

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