CrackTcpip.sys is a driver based patcher for Windows Vista tcpip.sys to increase the limit the concurrent half-open TCP/IP connection attempt the operating system can make. CrackTcpip.sys does not modify original tcpip.sys in any way. It’s a memory-resident driver program that constantly monitor a memory location that stores the value of the limit, and change the default value to a higher number (255) on the fly.
CrackTcpipv744.zip (no longer required).
This version of CrackTcpip.sys works and supports Windows Vista SP1 RC Refresh v.744 (build version 6001.17128) and Refresh 2 (build version 6001.18000). SP1 version 6001.18000 is also widely believed to be the final version build number for Windows Vista Service Pack 1 RTM release too, thus if there is no change to tcpip.sys on SP1 RTM when it’s officially released, the CrackTcpip.sys will be able to work on Vista SP1 RTM too.
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Note: Since Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 SP2, there is no more restriction (now unlimited) concurrent half open TCP/IP connection limit.