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Get port list available on W2K

Posted on 2002-07-15
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I need an API call (or non API) to obtain a list of all available ports on system. It is: COMx, LPTx, USBx, TSx, etc..
Not need USB but all other port kind
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USBx is impossible. There is no such concept as a USB port to access.
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