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I am new to windows.  There is a  process binded with specific port and it  suppose to be used by another process.  How do I find out which process using this port? In unix we can use lsof command.  do we have any similar command in windows?
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In elevated command promp use this command to find out the PID and name of executable of process which is using that port:
netstat -a -b -n -o
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Thanks a  lot .  It worked.
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