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This content is for Intel® PROSet for wired Intel® Ethernet Adapters and network connections. For wireless connection software, see What is Intel® PROSet/Wireless Software?
The Intel® PROSet for Windows* Device Manager is an extension for Windows Device Manager. When you install the Intel PROSet software, tabs are automatically added to the supported Intel adapters in Windows Device Manager. These features allow you to test and configure wired Intel® Ethernet Adapters.Click ( ) or the section descriptions to expand the content:
To access Windows Device Manager in Windows 2000*, Windows XP*, or Windows Server 2003*:
To access Windows Device Manager in Windows 7*, Windows Vista*, Windows Server 2008*, or Windows Server 2008 R2:
To access Windows Device Manager in Windows 8:
|Click any setting to display the associated help information. |
Installation of Intel® PROSet for Windows Device Manager is optional. Intel® PROSet Software must be installed if you want to use Advanced Networking Services (ANS).
The Intel® PROSet Software version is visible in Windows Device Manager. Go to network adapter properties and click the Link Speed tab as shown in the figure here.
|How do I use Teaming with Advanced Networking Services (ANS)?|