For how to determine if you are using LSP – or to see what LSP programs are running on your system – simply open a new command-line window and enter this simple command:
“netsh winsock show catalog | more”.
This will show you exactly what LSP-enabled software is currently running on your Windows system.Â Furthermore, if you would also like to save this information to a text (.txt) file, then return to your command window and substitute this command instead:
“netsh winsock show catalog >my_lsp.txt”.
This information is pretty convenient to have if you are developing WinsockÂ LSP to work with other software.Â The more information that you have, the better.Â Please remember that Komodia is your online LSP resource.
When you need your Winsock LSP to work with other software, you can feel inundated with complications.Â This can be extremely frustrating.Â Why go at this alone?Â Use Komodia’s free LSP guide and resource page!Â It is freely given for your information.
Winsock LSP can be used as a block where it is inserted in to the communication stream.Â However, when you get frustrated in your project, you can get Winsock block just like a writer gets writer’s block.Â Don’t let this stop you!