Microsoft Network Monitor is a deprecated network traffic capture and packet analyzer tool. It allows capturing, viewing, and analyzing network data and deciphering network protocols. It can troubleshoot network problems and applications on the network. How to use Network Monitor Download Microsoft Network MonitorPerform the installation using the downloaded file.Open “Microsoft Network Monitor 3.4” and run as “administrator” Select the ethernet you want to capture by ticking it . If you have multiple ethernets, don't select all ethernets. Choose only ethernets that you will capture network traffic from . Getting Started Capture Network Traffic To capture network traffic, click the “New Capture” button and then click the “Start” button. You will see the traffic through the ethernet network you captured in the “Frame Summary” section. To focus more on analyzing the network, you can add filters. You can filter network traffic based on running applications, destination, port number and so on. For how to write and examples you can see at the end of this article. Network Monitor Filtering Network Monitor IPv4 Filtering Field/ PropertyDescriptionExampleIPv4.AddressFilter on an address in either direction, source, or destination.IPv4.Address==192.168.1.1IPv4.SourceAddressRepresents the source address and is useful for filtering for traffic from a specific source.IPv4.SourceAddress==192.168.1.1IPv4.DestinationAddressRepresents the destination address and is useful for filtering for...