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The Prosetcl.exe function has been replaced by the Intel Netcmdlets for Microsoft* Windows PowerShell*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
Please let us know if you have additional assistance needed.
That answers my question and solves our issue.
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.