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Why does NetResident not show the amount of transferred data in terms of bytes?

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Why does NetResident not show the amount of transferred data in terms of bytes?

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.NetResident does not always store transferred data in its original form. Rather, it processes it for more convenient presentation. It’s not uncommon for a single network session to be divided into several separate events, or several network sessions to be combined into one event. Besides, some transferred data simply is not supposed to be processed by current NetResident plugins. That said, NetResident cannot and is not supposed to display reliable network data statistics. If you’re interested in network traffic statistics, you may want to use another TamoSoft product,CommTraffic.Q. I use WireShark and I noticed that it could no longer capture packets after NetResident had been installed.A.There is a known conflict between WinPcap, the driver used in WireShark and many similar products, and the driver used in NetResident. There is a simple workaround: Start capturing packets with WireShark before you start capturing packets with NetResident. In this case, both products will be able to

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A. NetResident does not always store transferred data in its original form. Rather, it processes it for more convenient presentation. It’s not uncommon for a single network session to be divided into several separate events, or several network sessions to be combined into one event. Besides, some transferred data simply is not supposed to be processed by current NetResident plugins. That said, NetResident cannot and is not supposed to display reliable network data statistics. If you’re interested in network traffic statistics, you may want to use another TamoSoft product, CommTraffic. Q. I use WireShark and I noticed that it could no longer capture packets after NetResident had been installed. A. There is a known conflict between WinPcap, the driver used in WireShark and many similar products, and the driver used in NetResident. There is a simple workaround: Start capturing packets with WireShark before you start capturing packets with NetResident. In this case, both products will be a

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