NetworkQoSPolicy (Windows Configuration Designer reference)

Use to create network Quality of Service (QoS) policies. A QoS policy performs a set of actions on network traffic based on a set of matching conditions.

Applies to

Setting Desktop editions Mobile editions Surface Hub HoloLens IoT Core
All settings X
  1. In Available customizations, select NetworkQ0SPolicy, enter a friendly name for the account, and then click Add.
  2. In Available customizations, select the name that you just created. The following table describes the settings you can configure.
Setting Description
AppPathNameMatchCondition Enter the name of an application to be sued to match the network traffic, such as application.exe or %ProgramFiles%\application.exe.
DestinationPortMatchCondition Specify a port or a range of ports to be used to match the network traffic. Valid values are [first port number]-[last port number], or [port number].
DSCPAction Enter the differentiated services code point (DSCP) value to apply to match with network traffic. Valid values are 0-63.
IPProtocolMatchCondition Select between Both TCP and UDP, TCP, and UDP to specify the IP protocol used to match the network traffic.
PriorityValue8021Action Specify the IEEE 802.1p value. Valid values are 0 through 7.
SourcePortMatchCondition Specify a single port or range of ports. Valid values are [first port number]-[last port number], or [port number].