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socket0 - Software caused connection abort. Error code : 10053:Winsock Protocol

We are using LR 9.5 Winsock protocol to rcord a clients server applicatuion[VB Technology].We were able to record the flow successfully,but not able to replay.
The script had 530 buffers for just only login page. The script fails during the launch when its trying to establish the connection and the data in buffers are in binary format[unable to dicipher the values].The error message is as mentioned below:
/**************
Action.c(24): lrs_send(socket0, buf4)
Action.c(26): lrs_receive(socket0, buf5)
Action.c(26): Mismatch in buffer's length (expected 51 bytes, 0 bytes actually received, difference in 51 bytes)
================================EXPECTED BUFFER================================
"\x12\x01\x00"
"3"
"\x00\x00\x00\x00\x14\x03\x01\x00\x01\x01\x16\x03\x01\x00"
" "
"\xac\x05\xa1\xc5"
";"
"\xf8\x0e\x8d\xed\xce\x88"
"\rW"
"\xc2\x8d"
"."
"\x90"
";"
"\xb5\xae\xee\x92\xea"
"[g"
"\x9b\xd4\x97\xa2"
":"
"\xda\xb6"
===============================================================================
================================RECEIVED BUFFER================================
===============================================================================
Action.c(26): callRecv:0 bytes were received
Action.c(28): lrs_send(socket0, buf6)
Action.c(30): lrs_receive(socket0, buf7)
Action.c(30): Error : socket0 - Software caused connection abort. Error code : 10053.**********/

Please throw your thoughts on the reason for this issue.
Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Pallavi

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