I have it disabled on all my home boxes, no matter the OS, be it linux, freebsd, windows, etc. I just have NO need for IPv6 on my local network as of yet.. I can always turn it on when/if I want to test something or play with something that needs ipv6.
But for day to day I just do not have any need - and to keep my ipconfig output easier to read
I just disable it on anything on my network where its on.. Now some time in the future my ISP might start giving IPv6 connectivity directly vs having to use teredo or 6to4, etc. When this happens I will turn it back on - but until then its just a pointless to run it on my network.. Im not using ANYTHING that requires it..
So again, if not using actively -- your best bet is just to disable it.. Now if your wanting to play with IPv6 locally or over your isp ipv4 connectivity we can go that route too and get your ipv6 working both locally and to the internet.. But if not, then easiest thing to do is just disable it so those kinds of notices wont bother you..
Your ipconfig output will be alot shorter as well
Edited by BudMan, 16 June 2010 - 18:57.