How can i find running services & ports in windows 2003 server

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i have windows 2003 server & i installed winproxy in that. when i start winproxy, its showing already some services running the same port 3128, first stop that services or select other port for winproxy. Pls guide me how can i find which service is running in port 3128. Thanks

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Hi shivcol,

Open a command prompt (Start, Run, and type in cmd) and run the command netstat -a -n. It will show you the protocols, ports and addresses in use.

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  • Tracybs
    Active Ports (http://www.ntutility.com) has a nice little program that will show you not only the ports being used but also what program has them allocated.
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  • ITDefensePatrol
    windows' netstat provides basic info at best. If you need very detailed info, the list of top 100 tools at http://insecure.org/ has everything you need. And probably a few you didn't know you needed. Try their new domain http://sectools.org/ BTW, searchwindowssecurity site had an excerpt of a book that illustrates much of what you want (and much more) under "Hackers Challenge 9" article (2 parts - challenge and solution). (I won challenge, won book).
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  • Shivcol
    Thanks for your valuable replies.
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  • Ghigbee
    www.sysinternals.com has a free tool called tcpview that will show you what processes are listening on the ports. I have used it quite a bit and it is handy. It is basically a realtime gui netstat command that adds what process owns the port.
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