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I would like to compare the current TCP and/or network settings between two of my Windows Server 2008 instances in order to help me debug a latency issue I am facing. What is the best way to do this? Are there registry keys I should be looking at?

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netsh dump ought to do everything that you need.

/edit - except for any driver settings, which will be specific to the driver(s) in question, so without more info, we can't answer that.

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That works for me. Thanks a lot !! – SibzTer Nov 12 '12 at 17:27

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