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Anyway to get "Netsh Diag Gui" to work in Windows 2000 like it does in WinXP?

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Is there anyway I can get "Netsh Diag gui" to work in windows 2000 Pro to get an output of network settings?  Perhaps some files I can copy from XP?
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Here is the netsh page for Windows 2000..  and since netsh uses DLLs, it also includes the ones you need...  

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q242468
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BTW:  it has been a while, but I don't think that the Diag command syntax works with 2000, only 2003..  You could pipe the output to a text file though..  just a thought..
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Thanks, I couldn't get that to work in 2000, but the info was valuable.
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And thanks for coming back and closing..  sorry it would not work, but we tried!

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