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sql2005: how to find distributor in Query Analyzer in publisher

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In sql2005, which sp that I could use to identify which distributor use to connect at my publisher? what is the command need to be run in publsiher to check the current use distributor?
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sp_helpdistributor will give you information about the dsitributor for a publisher. It is run at the publisher database..
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