I hear that this is used for compatibility and has to do with NAT, or something. But I also hear it can have potential security risks. Should I disable this? What programs would use it for compatibility and would I lose internet capability with certain programs or games?
I also heard somewhere than you can type a CMD command to "refresh" or "reset" these. When I did that, I got the message that "an error occured while releasing" them, due to the files not being located. Not sure why?
Thanks for your help
Edited by Arstone112, 03 December 2010 - 10:05 PM.