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PROSetCL.exe missing in latest version of Intel Network Adapters,v 21.1. What is the replacement? I need to change link speed/duplex

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In the latest versions of Intel Network Adapters driver, I'm missing Prosetcl.exe which I use to change the link speed / duplex. Why is this no longer available in the latest releases? Last I saw was 20.4.1. What is the replacement command?

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idata
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Hi okhan,

 

 

Thank you for posting your query in Wired Ethernet Community.

 

 

The Prosetcl.exe function has been replaced by the Intel Netcmdlets for Microsoft* Windows PowerShell*

 

 

For speed / duplex, you can check out the Powershell* command below:

 

Set-intelnetadaptersetting -name "name of intel network adapter" -registrykeyword "*SpeedDuplex" -registryValue "number"

 

 

registryValue "0" = Autonegotiation

 

registryValue "1" = 10Mbps half duplex

 

registryValue "2" = 10Mbps full duplex

 

registryValue "3" = 100Mbps half duplex

 

registryValue "4" = 100Mbps full duplex

 

 

the value in -name can be displayed with the command

 

get-intelnetadapter

 

 

Please let us know if you have additional assistance needed.

 

 

regards,

 

Vince

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idata
Community Manager
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Hi okhan,

 

 

Thank you for posting your query in Wired Ethernet Community.

 

 

The Prosetcl.exe function has been replaced by the Intel Netcmdlets for Microsoft* Windows PowerShell*

 

 

For speed / duplex, you can check out the Powershell* command below:

 

Set-intelnetadaptersetting -name "name of intel network adapter" -registrykeyword "*SpeedDuplex" -registryValue "number"

 

 

registryValue "0" = Autonegotiation

 

registryValue "1" = 10Mbps half duplex

 

registryValue "2" = 10Mbps full duplex

 

registryValue "3" = 100Mbps half duplex

 

registryValue "4" = 100Mbps full duplex

 

 

the value in -name can be displayed with the command

 

get-intelnetadapter

 

 

Please let us know if you have additional assistance needed.

 

 

regards,

 

Vince

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idata
Community Manager
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Hi okhan,

 

 

We'd like to check if you still have other assistance needed.

 

 

regards,

 

Vince
idata
Community Manager
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Thanks Vince,

That answers my question and solves our issue.

Regards

idata
Community Manager
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Hi okhan, glad to know it works, in case you have Intel(R) Network adapter question in the future, please submit a new thread and we'll be more than willing to assist you.

 

 

regards,

 

Vince
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