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Network Diagnostics Framework (NDF)

To provide a better user experience when encountering network connectivity issues, Windows Vista includes the Network Diagnostics Framework (NDF), a set of technologies and guidelines that allows a set of troubleshooters (also known as a helper classes) to assist in the diagnosis and possible automatic correction of networking problems.

For example, if Internet Explorer in Windows Vista cannot display a Web page, the error message text informs the user to click Tools, and then Diagnose Connection Problems. This invokes NDF to attempt to identify and correct the problem within the context of Internet Explorer. By diagnosing problems within their context, the diagnostics process is aware of the task and relevant information related to it, such as a URL, an email server name, or a wireless network name.

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