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NETDIAG (saving results to a logfile?)

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Can anyone help on NETDIAG Question..
I know the switches for netdaig for testing, but I DO NOT know what switch to use to save the results to logfile? so as I can save it on the C Drive?

Thanks for any help.

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netdiag > c:\netdiag.txt
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Thanks.
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No probs
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