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ODBC is an API that uses Structured Query Language (SQL) as the database access language. You can access a wide variety of database management systems (DBMSs) with the same ODBC source code that is directly incorporated into an application's source code. With the Microsoft ODBC Desktop Database Drivers, a user of an ODBC-enabled application can open, query, and update a desktop database through the ODBC interface.

The Microsoft ODBC Desktop Database Drivers are a Microsoft Jet-based set of ODBC drivers. Whereas Microsoft ODBC Desktop Database Drivers 2.0 include both 16-bit and 32-bit drivers, versions 3.0 and later include only 32-bit drivers that work on Windows 95 or later, Windows NT Workstation or Server version 4.0, Windows 2000 Professional, or Windows 2000 Server. These drivers provide access to the following types of data sources:

  • Microsoft Access

  • Microsoft Excel

  • Paradox

  • dBASE

  • Text

See Visual FoxPro ODBC Driver for detailed documentation about the Microsoft Visual FoxPro® ODBC Driver.

If you are looking for drivers for your personal computer, go to Microsoft Update for downloads, or visit Windows Hardware Help for more information to find device drivers and hardware. A working knowledge of C programming is necessary to use this kit to develop Windows drivers. In other words, you really need to be careful when you’re selecting and installing drivers using the optional updates screen. Microsoft said that users should use the feature only when they have.

Note

Access to other data sources, such as Lotus 1-2-3, Microsoft Exchange, and HTML, is enabled by installable ISAM (IISAM) drivers. For more information about these drivers, see 'Accessing External Data' in the Microsoft Jet Database Engine Programmer's Reference. ODBC Desktop Database Drivers 4.0 do not support Btrieve and EMS data formats.

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Applies to

  • Windows 10
  • Windows Server 2016

Audit IPsec Driver allows you to audit events generated by IPSec driver such as the following:

  • Startup and shutdown of the IPsec services.

  • Network packets dropped due to integrity check failure.

  • Network packets dropped due to replay check failure.

  • Network packets dropped due to being in plaintext.

  • Network packets received with incorrect Security Parameter Index (SPI). This may indicate that either the network card is not working correctly or the driver needs to be updated.

  • Inability to process IPsec filters.

A high rate of packet drops by the IPsec filter driver may indicate attempts to gain access to the network by unauthorized systems.

Failure to process IPsec filters poses a potential security risk because some network interfaces may not get the protection that is provided by the IPsec filter. This subcategory is outside the scope of this document.

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Event volume: Medium

Default: Not configured

Computer TypeGeneral SuccessGeneral FailureStronger SuccessStronger FailureComments
Domain Controller----There is no recommendation for this subcategory in this document, unless you know exactly what you need to monitor at IPsec Driver level.
Member Server----There is no recommendation for this subcategory in this document, unless you know exactly what you need to monitor at IPsec Driver level.
Workstation----There is no recommendation for this subcategory in this document, unless you know exactly what you need to monitor at IPsec Driver level.

Events List:

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  • 4960(S): IPsec dropped an inbound packet that failed an integrity check. If this problem persists, it could indicate a network issue or that packets are being modified in transit to this computer. Verify that the packets sent from the remote computer are the same as those received by this computer. This error might also indicate interoperability problems with other IPsec implementations.

  • 4961(S): IPsec dropped an inbound packet that failed a replay check. If this problem persists, it could indicate a replay attack against this computer.

  • 4962(S): IPsec dropped an inbound packet that failed a replay check. The inbound packet had too low a sequence number to ensure it was not a replay.

  • 4963(S): IPsec dropped an inbound clear text packet that should have been secured. This is usually due to the remote computer changing its IPsec policy without informing this computer. This could also be a spoofing attack attempt.

  • 4965(S): IPsec received a packet from a remote computer with an incorrect Security Parameter Index (SPI). This is usually caused by malfunctioning hardware that is corrupting packets. If these errors persist, verify that the packets sent from the remote computer are the same as those received by this computer. This error may also indicate interoperability problems with other IPsec implementations. In that case, if connectivity is not impeded, then these events can be ignored.

  • 5478(S): IPsec Services has started successfully.

  • 5479(S): IPsec Services has been shut down successfully. The shutdown of IPsec Services can put the computer at greater risk of network attack or expose the computer to potential security risks.

  • 5480(F): IPsec Services failed to get the complete list of network interfaces on the computer. This poses a potential security risk because some of the network interfaces may not get the protection provided by the applied IPsec filters. Use the IP Security Monitor snap-in to diagnose the problem.

  • 5483(F): IPsec Services failed to initialize RPC server. IPsec Services could not be started.

  • 5484(F): IPsec Services has experienced a critical failure and has been shut down. The shutdown of IPsec Services can put the computer at greater risk of network attack or expose the computer to potential security risks.

  • 5485(F): IPsec Services failed to process some IPsec filters on a plug-and-play event for network interfaces. This poses a potential security risk because some of the network interfaces may not get the protection provided by the applied IPsec filters. Use the IP Security Monitor snap-in to diagnose the problem.