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  • AlxRogan
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    pskill can do that, both local and remote (assuming you have the proper credentials).

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  • Gadsden
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    Originally posted by Kila_Bite
    I know that seing current connections is possible and easy with Netstat. Is there any program or command in the smd prompt that allows you to terminate active connections?
    Not that I know of off the top of my head (at least that is included with windows). I know TCPview will let you.

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  • Kila_Bite
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    I know that seing current connections is possible and easy with Netstat. Is there any program or command in the smd prompt that allows you to terminate active connections?

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  • Twigman
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    Last time I used, PrcView, it was only the processes running on my computer, not the active conections, which I believe is being asked here. A very similar program that I did use for that was TCPView(.exe)...google should show up this freeware app.

    EDIT: Sorry, some one else posted TCPView before me. Most third party firewall software should have some kind of GUI view of connections. Obviously some are better than others.

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  • cindy
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    PrcView.exe

    Can't live without it. It's easy to kill processes and finding nasty spyware that can't be deleted using adaware and spybot. And it's free.

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  • Cop
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    active ports is nice program.

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  • night_flux
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    Originally posted by wiskyyad
    I want to view the current running connections of my pc, so how?
    Need your help please! Many thanks!
    netstat -a will show you the active connections/services.

    On another note, this wouldn't this be more suited for the Got Questions area?

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  • Gadsden
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    Activeports and tcpview work well.

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  • kent777
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    You can try Armor2net Personal Firewall. It has a "Net State" function which can show the currently active connections and the details of these connections, including Remote Address/Port, Local Application/Port, Protocol and Status. You can download this firewall from http://www.armor2net.com. Hope this helps!

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  • allentrace
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    Originally posted by wiskyyad
    I want to view the current running connections of my pc, so how?
    Need your help please! Many thanks!
    Try Netstat. Or google.

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  • wiskyyad
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    I want to view the current running connections of my pc, so how?
    Need your help please! Many thanks!
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