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I have a server running Windows 2000 SP4 on the internet.  I use TCPView to look at the connections to the server and from time to time I see connections to msdtc.exe.  How can I figure out what's being done with those connections?

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-Robert
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lepiaf earned 500 total points
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have a look at http://www.liutilities.com/products/wintaskspro/processlibrary/msdtc/

do you run personal web service or MySQL?

Cheers,
LePiaf
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Yes, MySQL runs as a part of my email server (Gordano).

-Robert
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There is a discouraging amount of SQL-Slammer virus still scanning the Internet, even though it's over a year old.

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Thanks for sending me down the right path.
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