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How can I tell what this process is from netstat -AB?

I need to find out which process is running on port 8888. I have used the 'netstat -AB' command in the command prompt however it does not show me the information. It seems to have a problem reading ...
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Is explorer.exe connecting to a Singapore Microsoft server common behaviour?

Netstas results explorer.exe TCP 192.168.x.x: 491x 111.221.124.116: 443 ESTABLISHED Is this part of error reporting?
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Netstat speed on windows

This is more my curiosity bugging me than anything else, but when I type: `netstat -a` the results can take as long as a minute to display. It seems like I'm waiting forever. However, if I ...
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How to Get List/Reference Computers on a Domain, When My computer is Not a Part of that Domain

This is a question I posted on Stack Overflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15211175/how-to-get-list-reference-computers-on-a-domain-when-my-computer-is-not-a-part I'm looking to get a list ...
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netstat shows open port with pid for process that doesn't exist?

We have a program that listens on a port to receive info on running a report. Upon closing and reopening the program, we get an error saying that the port it uses is already in use. Looking at ...
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Redirect the output of netstat to a file?

I'm trying to redirect the output of netstat to a file and it doesn't work. Initially I tried: runas /noprofile /user:xxxxx\administrator "netstat -a -b > C:\temp\file.txt" Then I read ...
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The meaning of port 0 in netstat output

What is the meaning of port 0 in netstat -an output in Windows? I'm asking about socket in Foreign address column: 0.0.0.0:0 I know that 0.0.0.0 address means, that host is listening on all ...
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How to kill a particular tcp connection in windows?

On Linux we can kill an Established TCP Connection using tcpkill command. For example, to drop all connection to/from a particular IP: tcpkill host ipaddr Or similary to kill all connection ...
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What exactly is using port 29178

I am trying to launch a program which is uses port 29178 but it won't start up because it says the port is already in use. Netstat gives me this C:\Rush>netstat -aon | findstr 29178 TCP ...
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Why does netstat on Windows show connections over 24 hours old?

I'm getting the error relating to port exhaustion on my server ("Only one usage of each socket address (protocol/network address/port) is normally permitted"). So, I checked with netstat -n, and it ...
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what is ip 10.1.1.130 to which seems monitored by NT Kernel & System process on Windows 7?

I used netstat to see what is happening with network connections, and I see this weird ip address somehow listed together with PID 4 "NT Kernel & System", whatever that might be. Netstat describes ...
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Windows XP can use a wired network port, but MacBook (OS X) fails on the same port

I wired the Cat5 in my house seven years ago. The wired ports have worked fine with both my Windows XP laptop and MacBook. My wireless network also works fine, but I like to use wired occasionally. ...
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How do I kill a process that is dead but listening?

I'm developing an app that listens on port 3000. Apparently there's an instance of it still listening to the port because whenever I start it, it can't create a listener (C#, TcpListener, but that's ...
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Nestat -ano what does it mean?

I tried checking my PC if there are some loggers installed and what I get was: TCP 192.168.1.7:2642 192.168.1.2:445 ESTABLISHED 4 When I checked in my Task Manager it says system? What ...
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netstat: grep lines related to a specific process

I know that, in Windows, you could do the following to see what processes are attached to a port: netstat -a -b However, how would you limit the display to ports attached to a specific process? I ...
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Is it possible to know which process opened a connection in Windows?

With netstat -a I can see all connections from my machine to the MySQL Server. There is any way too see which process or executable is responsible for each connection? The only solution I found so ...