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Windows Diagnosis Reports

1. Mpsreport - MPS_REPORTS is a compressed software package that contains one or more scripts and other utilities that you can use to capture critical system, diagnostic, and configuration information about your computer. Use this tool when you have to gather configuration and log information about your computer to help troubleshoot a support issue with a Microsoft Product Support Services professional.

2. Network Monitor - Network Monitor (NetMon) is a diagnostic tool that monitors LAN and WAN, and provides a graphical display of network statistics. You can use NetMon to capture and observe network traffic patterns and problems.

3. Portqryui  - Portqry.exe is a command-line utility that you can use to help troubleshoot TCP/IP connectivity issues. Using Port Reporter, you can log TCP/IP port data on computers that are running t Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, or Windows 2000.  The utility reports the port status of TCP and UDP ports on a computer that you select.

Example

1. To check the port 1723 on ms-mvps.com, type this command:

portqry -n ms-mvps.com -p tcp -e 25

2.The following command tries to resolve "64.176.153.103" to a host name, ms-mvps.com and then queries TCP ports 143,110, and 25 (in that order) on the host that you selected. This command also creates a log file (ms-mvps.log) that contains a log of the command that you ran and its output.

portqry -n 64.176.153.103 -p tcp -o 143,110,25 -l ms-mvps.log
 

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