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  • Blog Post: Overview of NetMon by Yuri Diogenes

    This article was original posted by Yuri Diogenes on http://blogs.technet.com/latam in Spanish. Overview of Network Monitor 3 Beta 2 1. Summary Microsoft is releasing the Beta 2 version of the Network Monitor 3 and we would like to show you some powerful features of this new version...
  • Blog Post: Network Monitor 3.1 Has Released!

    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. What's New in Network Monitor 3.1? Wireless (802.11) capturing and monitor mode on Vista...
  • Blog Post: SMB2 Parser for NM3.1

    We have decided to release an SMB2 parser for Network Monitor 3.1 (released July 07) to hold people over untill the beta for Network Monitor 3.2 releases in early June. Where can I get the SMB2 parser? You can download SMB2.NPL parser, along with SPARSER.NPL, CER.NPL, FCCS.NPL, SCNA.NPL and SMB...
  • Blog Post: Top Users Expert for Network Monitor 3.3

    One of the major new features in Network Monitor 3.3 is the ability to run experts directly from the UI. And now NMTopUsers is available from our Experts Portal . Plus as it's a CodePlex project, we have opened the source code as well. It's a fairly simple C# project which uses the NMAPI to access data...
  • Blog Post: Network Monitor 3.2 Beta has released!!!

    I’m excited to announce that the Network Monitor 3.2 Beta has released. There are some exiting new features listed below of which many I have already spoken about in this blog: http://blogs.technet.com/netmon/archive/2007/12/28/santa-s-bag-was-full.aspx One feature I didn’t mention is our new capture...
  • Blog Post: Network Monitor 3.2 has arrived!

    I’m so excited about this release I had to commandeer Paul’s blog for the day and write about it. My name is Tawanda Sibanda and I am the lead program manager for Network Monitor. The team put a lot of effort into this version, adding many of the requests we heard from our customers, while simultaneously...
  • Blog Post: NM3 One Click Capture Tool

    Wish you could get a network capture from a computer with no capture software installed? Wish you could have a network traffic "flight recorder" on a USB key? Here's your answer!" The motivation behind creating this tool was to provide an extremely simple way to get a trace from an end user. And the...
  • Blog Post: Network Monitor 3.1 Beta Has Released!

    The NM3.1 Beta is available on http://connect.Microsoft.com and simmering with new features for you to test. I'll bet you can't wait to sniff wireless management traffic; for sure an exciting new feature. Not sure how to create a filter? Now this is much easier with our new right click, add to filter...
  • Blog Post: Network Monitor 3.4 Beta Released on Connect!

    We are extremely excited to announce that the Network Monitor 3.4 Beta has released on Connect . If you haven't done so already, please sign-up (for free) and help us test the new version while exploring it. There are some great new features, UI enhancements, performance updates, and new APIs. Let's...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 and ISA Remote Windows Sockets Parsers Available

    If you don't already know, we have been updating the our parsers for Network Monitor on http://www.CodePlex.com/NMParsers every month. Most recently we have updated the Windows parser set to support Windows 7 protocol updates. In the June parser release on CodePlex we have support for Remote Windows...
  • Blog Post: Network Monitor 3.4 has Released!

    I’m proud to announce the release of Network Monitor 3.4 to the Microsoft Download center . We’ve included a bunch of new exciting features and updates. A new high performance capturing feature allows you to capture on faster networks without dropping frames. Parser profiles provide a simple...
  • Blog Post: New SSL Public Parser Available: How to deal with new parsers

    You’ve made some changes to your parsers and want to keep things organized. With the release of SSL.NPL, which we will also talk about today, it makes sense to understand how to work with parsers when you want to update or modify them. So I’d like to go over some strategies for keeping out of NPL H-E...
  • Blog Post: Network Monitor 3.3 has arrived!

    Guest blog by Tawanda Sibanda, Lead Program Manager for Network Monitor Ladies and gentlemen … the Microsoft Network monitor team is excited to announce the release of Network Monitor 3.3. A record 7 months after version 3.2 this is our quickest release ever, but also one of our most functionality...
  • Blog Post: NM3 TV – Video Help for using NM3

    If a picture is worth a thousand words, than a video must be worth, …30fps * 1000 * …uh…ok…, like a whole lot. So this blog is going to be devoted to providing short help videos to help understand how to use the features of NM3. My original intention was to provide a...
  • Blog Post: Network Monitor 3.3 Beta Available on Connect

    It’s time again for a new Beta version of Network Monitor. Using your feedback we’ve added some compelling new features! One in particular is the ability to launch experts from the UI. And what use would this be without something to launch? We’ll also be releasing some cool experts, like Top Users and...
  • Blog Post: A new era of network sniffing has begun...Network Monitor 3.0

    A new era of network sniffing has begun at Microsoft with the soon to be released Network Monitor 3.0. So, it seems appropriate that we create a Network Monitor Blog site to accompany it. [So this is what a Blog feels like, nice!] The Essentials Microsoft Network Monitor 3.0 Beta 2, where is it...
  • Blog Post: Network Monitor 3.0 has released!!

    After many months of hard work we are proud to announce the Release to Web of Microsoft Network Monitor 3.0 (NM3). The final version is available from Microsoft Connects site ( http://connect.microsoft.com ). The Connects site does require you have a passport account, but this is also free. What you...