Microsoft Network Monitor Parsers 3.4.1942

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Released: Sep 9, 2009
Updated: Sep 10, 2009 by NetmonTeam
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Release Notes

Microsoft Network Monitor Parser package contains parsers for more than 340 network protocols, including RFC based public protocols, Microsoft Windows protocols, and a number of other Microsoft protocols outside of the Windows. In this release, the major work involves Windows 7 parser updates for the following protocols. You may find the related protocol documents in MSDN.
  • MS-DPWSSN, MS-GPAC, MS-PSRP, MS-WMHTTP, MS-WMSP, MS-WSMV, MS-WUSP, MS-XOPP, MS-GPIPSEC, MS-ADDM, MS-BDSRR, MS-TSWP, MS-XCEP, MS-LWSSP

Every parser MSI package here has been tested and approved compatible with the Network Monitor 3.3 RTW release. Be aware that any changes in Source Code may not yet be fully tested for release. But with our open source initiative, you can feel free to download them yourself and try them out.

Parser Field Naming Change
In order to provide a better user experience, we have included a Parser Field Naming Change list between the last Codeplex release 3.4.1883 and the current release. It has listed all the parser field changes, either a type change, or an instance change, or both. The users can update their applications or filters accordingly.

Release Details
Release Date: September 09, 2009
Version: 3.4.1942
Corresponding CodePlex Source Code Change Set: 33167
Network Monitor Version Compatibility: Network Monitor v3.3.1641 (3.3 RTW)

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