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is there a simple way to display what ports are being used on a MS SBS 2003 server

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is there a simple way to display what ports are being used on a MS SBS 2003 server and what service is using that port?
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netstat / netstat -a should work.

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sysinternals tcpview
it's free (just an exe, no need to install)
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Thanks for the info on sysinternals
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I'm new using this service. I meant to give 1/2 the points to enachemc and 1/2 to sshah254 but I don't think that is what I did. I selected accept multiple solutions but somehow I managed to mess it up. Sorry sshah254.

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