NetSetMan v4.3.0

NetSetMan is an advanced network settings manager software which can easily switch between your preconfigured profiles.

The customizable parameters includes
1) IP & Gateway
2) DNS Server
3) WINS Server
4) WiFi
5) Printer
6) Computer Name
7) Workgroup
8) Connection
9) System
10) SMTP
11) Net Drive
12) Hosts
13) Script/Program and
14) IPv6



Furthermore, system settings can also be configured and includes many options that can be configured as shown in the screenshot below.

NetSetMan - System Settings

NetSetMan – System Settings


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License: Freeware for non-commercial use and limited to 6 profiles.

Version: v4.3.0 (08 Nov 2016)
– NEW: LAN / Adapter settings
↳ These settings are driver-specific. The current implementation is compatible with most but possibly not all common NICs.
– NEW: Speed & Duplex
– NEW: MTU (Jumbo Packet)
– NEW: Flow Control
– NEW: VLAN ID (compatible if integrated directly in Windows NIC preferences)
– NEW: Protocol Bindings
↳ Enable/disable network adapter protocols (IPv6/4, File Sharing, …)
– Rearranged several items on the main UI,
↳ Computer Name moved from main UI to System settings,
↳ MAC Address moved from System to Adapter settings
– Fix: Width of time input fields in AutoSwitch for AM/PM time format
– Fix: TrayInfo fade in/out speed on slow systems
– Fix: Selection order in System Settings when using the TAB key
– Fix: NIC names including an ampersand character in Compact Mode
– Fix: Get Workgroup through right-click context menu in NC-Freeware
– New internal procedures for retrieving network adapter settings
– New progress and result indicator for “Apply Now”-buttons
– Net Drive now also disconnects mappings that have no drive letter
– Activation dialog and cancelling profile activation improved
– Several optimizations for Preferences dialog
– Lots of minor fixes and adjustments


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