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You should work with copies of it on your desktop you are using 64-bit you will find them in both C:\Windows\System32 and C:\Windows\SysWOW64 keep them separate so you know which one came from where, then you need a resource hacker of some kind so you can replace the icon that you want. It will need to be a true icon which are layered. Look at post #6 and it will show you how to replace that .dll Basic Networking Information
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