how to view the list of COM ports in Windows

What is the dos command to list the COM ports which are working.
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Steve KnightIT ConsultancyCommented:
The mode command should show the COM ports, from a cmd.exe prompt:

mode

or

mode | find "COM"
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Frank McCourryV.P. Holland Computers, Inc.Commented:
Mode
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Pradeep DubeyConsultantCommented:
use netstat -ao

it will give you Active Connections along with the below things:

  Proto  Local Address          Foreign Address        State           PID
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Bill PrewCommented:
You can also use WMIC command to get a bit more info, and it can be formated in different ways that make it easier to parse in a BAT script using FOR processing.  Give the a try:

wmic path Win32_SerialPort get /format:list

~bp
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Steve KnightIT ConsultancyCommented:
Thankyou for your kind feedback at answering your question and the reward of a B grade answer.

next time please dont bother expecting an answer unless you can be bothered to take part.

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