Summary: Ed Wilson, Microsoft Scripting Guy, presents a video that shows how to use Windows PowerShell to collect network traces.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today I’m present a video where I show how to use Windows PowerShell to collect network traces. The steps I show are common commands that will normally be run to set up and collect network tracing. I talk about the following:
- Creating the session
- Adding the provider
- Starting the session
- Ending the session
- Importing the log
- Removing the session
Note For more information about this technique, see Use PowerShell to Parse Network Trace Logs.
Here is the video:
Here is a link to the video from YouTube if you would like to download it or play it offline in a different video player: Introduction to PowerShell network tracing by Ed Wilson.
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Ed Wilson, Microsoft Scripting Guy
Windows PowerShell, Scripting Guy!, Networking, Troubleshooting, Video