Run batch scripts with NetStat Agent

In NetStat Agent 3.1 we added an ability to run batch scripts (in previous versions only executable files could be run). And because a launched third party program can show a window, we added new properties to user interface: program parameters (such as process name, remote ip, etc.) and an option to show\hide a program window.

On current moment the program supports the following parameters:

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NetStat Agent 3.1.1

We are happy to announce a new release of NetStat Agent 3.1.1. This minor version has the following enhancements and bug-fixes:

- Fixed the problem with running a program with parameters (netstat monitor).
- Improved CPU performance when running a program (netstat monitor).
- A window of program invoked by netstat monitor can be hidden. This can be useful if you run batch scripts.

A portable version will be released soon.

NetStat Agent 3.1

We are pleased to announce the availability of a new stable NetStat Agent version. In the version 3.1 we are focused on fixing bugs, but some new features are also added.

So what’s new in NetStat Agent 3.1:

- IP-to-country database is updated.
- Fixed critical bug when network adapter has more than 1 ip addresses or gateways.
- NetStat monitor in 3.1 can runs scripts like bat-files, not only exe-files as it was in previous version.
- A couple of small bugs are solved in graphical user interface.
- Fixed the bug with auto scrolling text in DNS Query, Ping, Tracer and Whois tools (short hostname issue).
- Fixed a bug with manifest file in Vista\Windows 7. Now the application looks more native.
- Solved the issue with UDP connections in Windows 7.
- Fixed the problem with copy\paste (only one character could be copied).

If you use Windows 7 or Vista, please note that some features (close connection, change a MAC address, etc.) cannot work without administrative privileges. So you must run NetStat Agent as an Administrator:

Right Click the Application shortcut -> Properties -> Compatibility and check “Run this program as an Administrator”