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what servers do I have on my computer?

 
paul wheaton
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So I'm starting a new project and we're going to use Tomcat. I haven't run Tomacat on my laptop since I re-installed the OS last summer ...

Tomcat won't go because something else is serving junk at port 8005. If I try to go to port 8080 I get the "no response" message. If I try to go to 8005, I get a blank screen - somebody is there!

I don't remember running any server junk .... I'm not a windows power user, but I try to poke around a bit for clues.

It turns out that I must be really thick.

How do I find out who is camped at 8005? In fact, I would really like to know about all the servers I am currently running - how might I do that?
 
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"netstat -ab" should do the trick:


[ March 01, 2007: Message edited by: Joe Ess ]
 
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topview and ex-sysinternals are a couple of apps you can download which can give you that information. However, I've seen a trojan warning on topview. ex-sysinternals was bought out by MicroSoft.
 
paul wheaton
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Aha! It's that damn HP printer crap!

Thanks!
 
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