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What does error "wsagetlasterror 10060" refer to?

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Does wsagetlasterror 10060 mean connection refused, timed out, closed(no response from other party)?
Cause when scanning my lan hosts i keep getting some open ports & some i keep getting the error 10060 ..... So i think 10060 doesn't strictly means TIMED OUT ONLY, the connection may has been refused, or no response were given back.

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Am i right or Wrong?

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The explanation by MS:
# for decimal 10060 / hex 0x274c :

  WSAETIMEDOUT                                                  winerror.h

# A connection attempt failed because the connected party did

# not properly respond after a period of time, or established

# connection failed because connected host has failed to

# respond.

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