Oct 182008
 

Netdiag is command-line diagnostic tool helps to isolate networking and connectivity problems by performing a series of tests to determine the state of your network client and whether it is functional.


NetDiag is apparently deprecated in Windows 2008 or just do

esn't work.

Possible solution

If you do an inplace upgrade form 2003 with support tools installed before,it will be also there in 2008 and works like before. Additional just extract it from 2003 support tools and copy it to 2008 and it will work also.

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  2 Responses to “Where is netdiag for Win server 2008”

  1. Additional just extract it from 2003 support tools and copy it to 2008 and it will work also.

    No, it doesn’t.

  2. Well, it does.
    Somewhat.
    Find a copy of a Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 CD or better a running system.
    Copy the netapi32.dll into the same folder than netdiag.

    The command does work now.

    A problem seems to be, that it has issues to run all test at once. What I did is to exclude the browser test and run it separately:
    netdiag /skip:browser
    netdiag /test:browser

    Because the whole network stack has been rewritten, the results may not be 100% correct.
    But better than nothing ;-)

    To make sure that only netdiag is using the old netapi32.dll and other support tools don’t, create a subfolder just for this command.

    Best regards

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