psichel_adm wrote:If re-installing the helper tools as described above doesn't help, there is another possibility for why the NKE might fail to respond, it's disabled by Mac OS X's built-in firewall. That might sound odd at first, but an NKE is a kernel extension and the way programs communicate between the kernel and client address space is through a BSD socket. The Application level firewall on Leopard and above allows you to restrict whether programs can open sockets or "allow incoming connections". In this case, IPNetMonitorX is trying to open a socket to connect with it's own NKE. If the firewall is enabled under "System Preferences -> Security", make sure IPNetMonitorX is set to "allow incoming connections".
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