Intel® Network Adapter Driver for Windows Server 2019*



This download record installs version 28.0 of the Intel® Network Adapter using Windows Server 2019*.

Available Downloads

  • Windows Server 2019 family*
  • Size: 37.6 MB
  • SHA1: 970D015B985B383D475BE531E5B8495150E09094
  • Windows Server 2019 family*
  • Size: 32.9 MB
  • SHA1: 2196610926B1E572E056D483D956727DD9C11972

Detailed Description

Change Notice, March 10, 2023:

What Was Updated: Release Notes for 28.0 have been updated to include the following

  • Updated a Fixed Issue about an rping can fail after a system reboot.
  • Added a Known Issue Switchdev Mode with Linux Bridge Configuration.



The Microsoft Windows* download package has been split into a driver package and an Intel® PROSet package. The driver package must be installed prior to installing the Intel® PROSet package.

Example downloads:

Driver Package:

Intel® PROSet Package:

Note: Installation of Intel® PROSet is optional. Intel® PROSet software includes Intel® PROSet for Windows* Device Manager, Intel® PROSet Adapter Configuration Utility (Intel® PROSet ACU) , and Intel® PROSet for Windows PowerShell* software. For more information on Intel® PROSet, please review the “Microsoft* Windows* Driver and Software Installation and Configuration” section of the Intel® Ethernet Adapters and Devices User Guide.

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

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.

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Product and Performance Information


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