Get started analyzing network traffic with Network Monitor videos

Sometimes the only way to find out what is going on or why something is not working is to capture and analyze network traffic using a packet sniffer, also known as a network analyzer. Microsoft has written a full featured packet sniffer named Network Monitor 3.4 (http://blogs.technet.com/b/netmon/p/downloads.aspx), which is available as a free download. To…

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New IPv6 Survival Guide in the TechNet Wiki

There is a new IPv6 Survival Guide (http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/ipv6-survival-guide.aspx) in the TechNet Wiki, containing a new organization of links to Microsoft and third-party resources on IPv6. Because this is a TechNet Wiki topic, feel free to review and add resources that you have found valuable in learning about or evaluating IPv6 for your networks. Thanks. Joe…

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New Test Lab Guides blog

The Test Lab Guides (TLGs) initiative is gaining momentum across the Windows and other writing teams. To keep track of the latest news on this initiative, check out and subscribe to the new Test Lab Guides blog. Myself and Tom Shinder will use this new blog as the central place to inform you of new TLG deliverables and ideas for how…

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Networking topics updated in October 2010 based on your feedback

In this blog post, I described how you can provide us with ratings and comments for our topics on TechNet and MSDN through the Click to Rate and Give Feedback facility. In October 2010, the following Windows networking topics were updated based on your comments: ·          Check DNS event log Corrected the procedure for event…

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