Microsoft Releases Final Version of Microsoft Network Monitor 3.3 for Windows 7

 
Previously only available in Beta, the Network Monitor 3.3 is a protocol analyzer that allows you to capture network traffic, view and analyze it.
What’s New in Network Monitor 3.3?
 
    • Ability to capture on WWAN and Tunnel interfaces on Win7
    • Critical fixes to NM3.3 to operate correctly with Hyper-V
    • Right-click-add-to-alias.   Right-click a frame in the Frame Summary window with an IPv4, IPv6, or MAC address to add that address as a new alias.  
    • Right-click-go-to-definition:  Right-click a field in the Frame Details windows and select Go To Data Field Definition or Go To Data Type Definition to see where the field is defined in the NPL parsers.
    • Auto-scroll:   See the most recent traffic as it comes in.  In a live capture, click the Autoscroll button on the main toolbar to have the Frame Summary window automatically scroll down to display the most recent frames as they come in.  Click Autoscroll again to freeze the view in its present location.
    • Experts available online:  Experts are stand-alone applications that analyze Network Monitor capture data.  
    • Frame Comments:  Attach comments to frames in a saved capture file.  Select the Frame Comments tab in the lower-right window to add, view, edit, or delete comments.
    • API Extensions:   API methods have been added to enable access to conversation information, properties, field display strings, and comments. 
    • Ability to open ETL files and correlate information by Network Tracing scenario
    • Set of core parsers to improve parsing performance.  These can be accessed by changing the Common and Windows set of parsers to stubs: 
 

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BLAKE was a Microsoft MVP and award winning programmer with over 20+ years experience providing complete Windows and networking support for small to medium sized businesses. BLAKE is also Jazz Musician and Instructor for residential clients on the Los Angeles West Side.
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