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viewing open ports with netstat -a


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edhalfdead

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While reading another post not_napster offered the netstat -a comand prompt to another member to check open ports. When I tried this a console screen apeared, started listing ports and then 'poof' disapears ,total show time about one second give or take a couple of tenths. I don't think this is normal. Any hints or tricks to get this to stay on screen untill the list is populated and I decide I want to remove it? Thanks in advance to all of the people who make this site what it is(a fountain of knowledge for us less compliterate folks)...ed
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Go to START - RUN - Type cmd.exe - type netstat -a.

It should then stay on the screen.

Please Let me know how you get on :tazz:
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Thank You cleverboy12. That worked perfectly. Yet another point for the geekstogo team :tazz:
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Thanks For Letting Me Know. :tazz:

If you have any further questions regarding the ports and such please do not hesitate to ask.

Cleverboy12 :)
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