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Microsoft Network Monitor 3.1 OneClick

  • Published:
  • Version: 03.01.0512.0000
  • Category: Undefined
  • Language: English

Simple tool to quickly get a network trace

  • By running this tool, you are prompted to install and start a capture. The capture is completed if the user instructs it to, or the allotted time of 2 hours has elapsed. This tool is useful for customer support scenarios.


Status: Deleted

This download is no longer available on The downloads below are archives provided by the Internet Archive Wayback Machine from the Microsoft Download Center prior to August 2020.

FileSHA1 HashSize
OneClick_Autorun.exe634e4c762d64e58efd5ec60a019845abe1fae36b5.40 MB
OneClick_ExtractOnly.exeef6e2993228fa8b04b97697903d49ee641245ca45.40 MB

System Requirements

Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, Windows Vista, Windows XP

  • Hardware:
    • 1GHz or greater CPU
    • 1Gb or greater Memory
    • 25Mb free Hard Disk space plus extra room for capture files

    Operating System:
    • Windows XP
    • Windows Vista
    • Windows Server 2003

Installation Instructions

  • There are two One Click Packages. The Autorun package and the ExtractOnly

    Autorun: Running this utility will install NM3.1 on your machine (if you
    do not already have a previous version of NM3) and begin capturing.
    The capture will terminate after 2 hours, or if you press the 'x' key on your
    keyboard. If you did not have NM3 on your machine previously, NM3.1 will
    subsequently be uninstalled.

    ExtractOnly: Use the ExtractOnly package if you want to save the OneClick
    utility to a portable device, e.g., a USB key and later run the tool on a
    different machine. The extract only package will extract all the necessary
    files needed to run One Click to a user-specified destination folder. If you
    place the files on the root of a flash drive, One Click will run automatically
    when you insert the drive. You can also run One Click by double clicking
    the file "OneClick.cmd" in the destination folder.

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