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Is there a way to run netstat and output to a text file as well as the Cmd window?
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You can output any command to a text file using "> file.txt" after the command.

For example,

netstat -ao > c:\users\me\desktop\netstat.txt
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Thanks.

I just remembered that.
Haven't been at a Command Prompt in years.
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