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I'm looking somekind of solution to find answer to my current problem. I would like to get information from windows from systems, which have installed themselves to handle packets in Intermediate Driver or socket level, I know that there are many ways to do it, but I'm not sure how to get information about other programs which are linked into networking (like for exmpl. firewalls are hard to find, tinypersonal & zonealarm).

Or then could be that I've just missed some information from msdn 2k2 jan version.

I would expect different kind of solutions and possible the one, which would detect all automatically (just if this is possible).

-mov
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Hi mov,

I'm not sure if it's exactly what you need but maybe it helps anyway to
take a look at http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/source/tcpview.shtml

ZOPPO
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by:mov
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Thanks for the link, I had been on that page before and I did check TCPView program, which did show up Tinypersonal firewall, which was btw. listening to some port, but didn't show up zonealarm at all, cause its using miniport driver technique or some other way to reroute everything and acting like firewall. So still I need to get somekind of way to identify other softwares, which are affecting to network in any posssible way.
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