I'd like to take a break from our series on WMI (don't worry -- more WMI is coming soon!) to respond to a recent discussion in the community. Traditionally, we've used DbgPrint to debug NDIS issues. This is convenient, since you can see the traces right in the kernel debugger as you're interacting with the system. But it has a number of drawbacks, as well:
With that in mind, I'd like to offer two alternative diagnostics tools, available starting with Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. In order to prevent this blog post from becoming a blog novel, I've created a separate page for each tool:
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