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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.

SHA1: 634e4c762d64e58efd5ec60a019845abe1fae36b
5.40 MB
SHA1: ef6e2993228fa8b04b97697903d49ee641245ca4
5.40 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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