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How can I run the Windows XP command "netsh diag gui" in Windows Vista?

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I thought that was in Chinese, or some other east Asian language :) – alex Oct 6 '09 at 13:27

Start -> Run -> type netsh diag gui and press Enter. Note that this won't work on Vista.

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wont work on vista – John T Oct 6 '09 at 13:11
ah thx. question is a little confusing. – quack quixote Oct 6 '09 at 13:16
yeah I needed to do a little deciphering at first too. I edited the question to what I think he meant. If it's not the case he can perform a rollback. – John T Oct 6 '09 at 13:24

In XP that will open the Help and Support Center to a page that helps you troubleshoot network diagnostics. In Vista, go to Start -> Help and Support, then type "Network Diagnostics" in the search. Click the 6th result. This is basically the Vista version of this XP support page.

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