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Driver doesn't permit MAC spoofing


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I'm trying to spoof my Surface 4 Pro's WiFi MAC address.  It's running Win10, and the stock Marvel driver mrvlpcie8897 circa 2016.
Using Powershell, like Darren shows in his video here: 

MAC Spoofing for Free in-flight Wi-Fi (and monkeys) - Hack Across The Planet - Hak5 2208

...it appears my driver doesn't permit changing MAC address.
My question is- what driver is recommended (what driver is Darren using on his W10 platform?) and where can I get a hold of it?
I also tried using an Alfa AWUS036H, USB-WiFi adaptor...but its driver also prohibits MAC spoofing.
Any ideas?  Thanks.

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...also  the (stock) drivers my WiFi adapters are running do NOT provide me with a "Network Address" or "Locally Administered Address" configuration option under "Properties"/"Advanced"/"Configure" in "Change Adapter Options".   So most, if not all Google search-hits are irrelevant to my situation.

My experience (and question) is more nuanced than just something anyone can look up with a few Google searches.

(that's why I'm asking this forum for help!)



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