Network Monitor 3.2 Released

September 17, 2008

in Microsoft

Network Monitor 3.2 is a protocol analyzer. It allows you to capture network traffic, view and analyze it. Version 3.2 is an update and replaces Network Monitor 3.1. Network Monitor 3.x is a complete overhaul of the previous Network Monitor 2.x version.

What’s New

  • Process tracking: Categorize network traffic based on the name and ID of the owning process.
  • Extensive parser set: For over 300 public and Microsoft proprietary protocols.
  • Improved capture rate: Drop fewer frames on high-speed networks.
  • ContainsBin plug-in: Search frames for strings or arbitrary byte sequences.
  • Find conversations: Quickly isolate related frames.
  • Network Monitor 3.2 API:  Create your own applications that capture, parse, and analyze network traffic.
  • Support for frame truncation.
  • Indication of the number of dropped frames.
  • Streamlined UI toolbar

Click here to download… (Updated for Netmon 3.3)

Read about the release on the TechNet: Netmon blog…


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Having trouble finding out where to get the Live Meeting 2007 client and conferencing add-in for Outlook?

I’ve also included direct links to download the client below.


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This is a good news for those companies that use Blackberry and have deployed (or are looking to deploy) OCS 2007.

Click here to learn more and download the Blackberry client…

  • Initiate and manage group chat sessions of three or more participants from your smartphone
  • View the presence status of contacts, such as online, busy, do not disturb, be right back, away or appear offline and set your own status to inform others of your availability
  • Enjoy a synchronized contact list, with the same contacts available on your BlackBerry smartphone and your computer
  • Find contacts quickly with the quick find function and picture association
  • Receive alerts when team members become available
  • Communicate more effectively with emoticons
  • And more
Integrates with other BlackBerry Apps
  • Set your presence status from your home screen icon
  • View the presence status of contacts directly from your address book
  • Check your spelling and edit autotext on your instant messages
  • Initiate phone calls or browser sessions directly from phone numbers or URLs embedded in instant messages
  • Voice integration with ‘Click to Call’

Click here to read some lessons learned from Matt McGillen’s deployement…

Originally spotted this post via the LCSKid.

Updated 9/10/2008: Updated download link and added bullet lists on features and integration.


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Congratulations to VMWare for being the first to be validated under Microsoft’s new Microsoft Server Virtualization Program (SVVP).

“VMware Lays Foundation for Broader Market Penetration by Giving Customers Access to Support for Software For All Major Microsoft Applications such as Microsoft Exchange Server, SQL Server, SharePoint Server and others across Virtualized Environments

PALO ALTO, Calif. – Sept 3, 2008 — VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW), the global leader in virtualization solutions from the desktop to the datacenter, today announced it has qualified its industry-leading VMware ESX hypervisor under the Microsoft Server Virtualization Validation Program (SVVP). VMware ESX 3.5 update 2 (ESX 3.5u2) is the first hypervisor to be listed under the program, providing VMware customers who run Windows Server and Microsoft applications with access to cooperative support from Microsoft and VMware. “

Click here to read the rest of the news release…

Updated 9/10/2008:   VMware has only achieved support for Windows Server 2008 x86.  There is not 64-bit support as of yet.  However if you read the fine print under Additional Information, products that have passed SVVP requirements for Windows Server 2008 are considered supported on Windows Server 2000 SP4 and Windows Server 2003 SP2 and later.  Good news.

Click here for more information…


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