In Device Manager, under Network Adapters I find a new entry called
"Microsoft ISATAP Adapter".The yellow explanation mark indicating a problem
is present. Status shows "Windows is unable to install this driver
Search for a better driver on-line returns "Driver up to date" and "Best
driver is already installed".
I have not installed any new programs lately, but did install an updated
driver for my Rhine II network driver through Microsoft Update, but this
shows OK. Disabling ISATAP driver does not seem to make any difference to
my home network connections.
System: VIA PM-800 MB; Dual boot XP and Vista on separate drives; Vista
Home Network with two computers (One Vista, the other ME)
Can anyone tell me what this driver is for, and how it may have been