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I am seeing DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL BSODs on two different desktops running Win10 20H2 and SE Server latest version 4.34 Build 9745 rtm. I confirmed via windbg that the faulty driver is indeed SE_Lowx64.sys. I had seen similar BSODs occasionally on Win10 2004 also, so I don't believe this is a Win10 20H2 issue but rather an SE bug. Both desktops have ASUS Prime Z930-A motherboards with 32GB memory, one is an i9 and one an i5, using the onboard NIC. The BSOD occurs randomly at the point when a Client connects, either an SE Client or a regular SSTP client. I think SE is great software and I have used it for a number of years. But random BSODs is not something I can live with, so I have uninstalled for now from the desktops and am running SE instead in a virtual machine to minimize/control the impact when BSODs happen. I have a full MEMORY.DMP available from each desktop, plus a few minidumps. Developers/support team folks at SE - please let me know if you want access to the dumps so you can troubleshoot and fix this most annoying bug.