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How to find out what tcp/ip port is associated with what Windows process

Ever look up port information on a Windows computer and thought "what service or application is using that?"

Use the NETSTAT command with -o.

netstat -ao (-a will display all connections)

The result will give you a table that includes the protocol, local address (with port), foreign address, state, and PID. The PID is the windows process id. You can then use task manager to look up the PID and see what it is associated with.