I was browsing through my Event Viewer today and came across the following event. Should this be there even though this is a stand alone machine that should not be connected to any SMB servers or clients? Also, my Device Manager shows a MS Wi-Fi Direct Virtual Adapter and when I disable it, I get tcp/ip disconnect events in one of the SMB channels. I've uninstalled the Virtual Adapter from the Device Manager, but every time I run a device scan or restart the computer, it is back and enabled. I am newbie, but I'm trying to figure this stuff out, so forgive me it's the answer is obvious.

Thank you,

Log Name: Microsoft-Windows-SMBServer/Operational
Source: Microsoft-Windows-SMBServer
Date: 2/4/2016 6:21:13 PM
Event ID: 1010
Task Category: (1010)
Level: Information
Keywords: (8)
Computer: PaigeDesktop
Endpoint added.

Domain Name: OFFICE
Transport Name: \Device\NetBT_Tcpip_{91B52EBE-F6AC-49F7-BB4A-8F4A83B2B97D}
Transport Flags: 0x1


You should expect this event when the server starts listening on an interface, such as during system restart or when enabling a network adaptor. No user action is required.
Event Xml:
<Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
<Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-SMBServer" Guid="{D48CE617-33A2-4BC3-A5C7-11AA4F29619E}" />
<TimeCreated SystemTime="2016-02-04T23:21:13.678574800Z" />
<Correlation />
<Execution ProcessID="4" ThreadID="13144" />
<Security UserID="S-1-5-18" />
<EventData xmlns="Smb2Namespace">