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How about My Computer -> Right-click -> Manage -> Shares -> Sessions
Shaji, the manage option only shows a very limited version of local area network shares and connections established. It’s not as powerful as netstat command.
Yes, but you said WHO not WHAT… and for more amateur users it is sufficient. Netstat is for admins and freaks (like me) who wish to make sure nothing unnecessary is connected.
Shaji you’re right.. the command prompt usually is for more experienced users but all of us should try new things .. this is the only way to learn in computer world.
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