Install Network Monitor
The NM3.1 is now available on http://connect.microsoft.com featuring wireless sniffing and an easier way to create filters using "Right Click Add To Filter". Here is a list of features that are new to NM3.1.
NM3.1 is currently available on http://connect.microsoft.com. You will need to sign in with your passport account and participate in the Network Monitor 3 project, if you haven't already. Once you do this, you'll have access to the latest download. This will also give you access to our bug filing process and access to our news groups for getting support. We will also release NM3.1 on the Microsoft Download site within the next few weeks.
Network Monitor vient d’être livré en version 3.1 sur le site http://connect.microsoft.com/ comme l’indique
when i start capture i got error "Unknown error"
Network Monitor 3.1 can now be downloaded for free at Microsoft Connect. There are a couple of interesting new features. Most important certainly is that one can now capture 802.11a/b/g management and data frames.
This greatly helps you troubleshoot wi..
They've posted the bits up on MS downloads
When it has support for intel 3945 ?
I guess you are asking when will there be support for the Intel 3945 Wireless card?
We have been working with Intel to support Native WiFi. So keep an eye out for an updated driver.
Network Monitor Team
Oh yeah another thing that may or may not be related to the issue: i have had problems with my WiFi NIC after installing NM 3.1 too. It would stop working just showing up as disabled, with nothing happening when i enabled it -it would just stay disabled.
I saw NM supports WiFi tracking now, so i thought i would mention it.
WiFi works fine now after i uninstalled NM 3.1
This post was moved from the beta release announcement to here.
The post above should be read after this one :-)
There seems to be an issue witch might be related to network monitor 3.1:
I myself have experienced System process on my Vista Business suddenly using 99% for hours and hours without anything happening. This behaviour started after i installed NM 3.1.
When googling the subject (see link below) others reported too that this had happened on their Vista after they installed NM 3.1.
I have now uninstalled NM 3.1 and so far i havent had Vista going 99 on me yet!
Is this a known issue? I got a dump file i can send if anyone is interested in debugging if NM causes this.