Network Monitoring software such as Microsoft Network Monitor, WireShark etc are well known troubleshooting tools to collect and analyze what is being sent/ received over the Network. Fiddler is yet another useful utility to monitor HTTP requests and response. These tools work very well on the traditional Windows operating system with the x86 or x64 architecture.
However, with Windows 8.0 as well as Windows 8.1, Windows is also available on a newer processor architecture called ARM. Most of the network monitoring software that is available in the market is designed to work/run as traditional desktop software which will not run on Windows RT operating system.
This begs the question, how do you collect and analyze Network activity on Windows RT machines if you cannot use traditional desktop software to do the same?