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How do I determine what ports are in use on Windows Server 2003?

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How do I determine what ports are in use on Windows Server 2003?
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You can use a tool like GFI's Lannetscan to scan the system for open ports.

http://www.gfi.com/lannetscan/
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Finding out what Ports are open

TO find out what ports are open/exposed do the following

Start >Run >type "cmd" {enter}
At the command line type "netstat -a" {enter}

The list displayed shows "Listening ports" and established "Who is on the other end" connections to yout computer.
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