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how do we run a finger command in win 2k professional? my computer is a ftp server and i want to know who is connected to to my system..


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You may also want to use these tools

http://www.labmice.net/Utilities/networkmonitor.htm

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By typing "netstat" from a command prompt, you can see the current connections that your server has.  This command does not tell the username but only the host and protocol being used.  What FTP server are you using?  IIS?  WAR?
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I am using IIS.
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hey,

    As such u nbtstat is good to finger out who is connected to u r pc. but if u really want to fingure out who and from where is connected u can use Blackice software. its one of the very good tool for intrusion detection. and i have catch 1 hacker with the help of that

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Thanks Aiysha

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