Intel® Network Adapter Driver for Windows Server 2019*



This download record installs version 23.5 of the Intel® Network Adapter using Windows Server 2019*.

Available Downloads

  • Windows Server 2019 family*
  • Size: 78 MB
  • SHA1: 3672908F9F5C7C43522167B4FD10C5A87931E1FE

Detailed Description

What's new

  • Support for Microsoft Windows® 10 1809.
  • Support for Microsoft Windows Server 2019*
  • Support for Intel® PROSet Adapter Configuration Utility on Microsoft Windows Server 2019 and Microsoft Windows 10 1809
  • Universal Windows Driver (UWD)
  • Advanced Network Services (ANS) Support on Microsoft Windows 10 1809 and Microsoft Windows Server 2019 using Intel PowerShell IntelNetcmdlets


This download contains the Intel® Ethernet network drivers and software for Windows Server 2019.

How to use this download

Download the self-extracting archive and run it. It will extract the files to a temporary directory, run the installation wizard, and remove the temporary files when the installation is complete. All language files are embedded in this archive. You do not need to download an extra language pack.

  • See the release notes in the readme.txt file for installation instructions, supported hardware, what's new, bug fixes, and known issues.

Supported devices

This software may also apply to Intel® Ethernet Controllers. Support for built-in network connections is provided by the system or board manufacturer.

About Intel® drivers

The driver or software for your Intel® component might have been changed or replaced by the computer manufacturer. We recommend you work with your computer manufacturer before installing our driver so you don’t lose features or customizations.

See a list of manufacturers’ Support websites.

This download is valid for the product(s) listed below.

Product and Performance Information


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