How to enable Memory Integrity when using NetExtender
Staniforth Newbie ✭
edited February 2022 in SSL VPN
I'd like to have our users enable Memory Integrity (Core Isolation) on their Windows PCs, while also using NetExtender.
I am using the most up-to-date version, 10.2.322.
Windows lists 2 incompatible drivers, both named NxDrv.sys.
One of them has a Published Name of oem224.inf with a driver date of 2017/12/1.
The other simply has a Driver Version of 22.214.171.124
Are their drivers available that are compatible with Memory Integrity?
Category: SSL VPN
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Your issue is a bit more technical and therefore it should be directed to technical support.
Our team will be happy to help you.
ps. Not a robot...
I know, thats what a robot would say :blush:
I was reminded of this issue again this morning, when a user's machine apparently turned Memory Integrity back on by itself (Maybe from a Windows update? Not too sure) and broke NetExtender again.
I see this happening again now, and now you can't turn it out because the drive is incompatible.
Same issue with windows 11.
Windows lists 2 incompatible drivers, both named NxDrv.sys. I am using driver 126.96.36.199
I'm experiencing the same issue. Please copy on the solution. Thanks!
I'm having the same issue, is there is solution for this?
Please try to download the latest NX clients from below site and check again
If you still have issues please share the serial number and open a ticket so that along with debug NX logs, we can review it
If we use the latest NX clients, it should work on Windows 11.
Vijay Kumar KV
Enterprise Tech Support Consultant | SME