I made an account on this site because I wanted to ask the computer specialists on where I could find IP Helper on my computer.
I went to my start menu -> services.msc, and I was told that there should be a service called IP Helper in list of that window. It was in alphabetical order, and all I found that started with the letter "I" was IKE and AuthIP Keying Modules, Interactive Services Detection, Internet Connection Sharing, and IPsec Policy Agent. The only thing that came close to IP Helper was TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper. But I believe they are not the same thing.
I thought I was not the only one with this problem, so I did a little searching on the internet. It turns out that the majority of people who wanted to do something with IP Helper got referred to the steps above. So, I may be the only one with no IP Helper on my computer.
If I go to C:\Windows\System32,I have a file in there called "Iphlpapi.dll" Does that mean anything?
If it helps, my computer is the Dell Studio XPS 7100 series. Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.