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    question PID Mapping to Ports/Sockets

    Why on my machine ( with Windows XP SP2 ) I get a response to command 'netstat -ano' that all ports /sockets are taken by process ID 4 [System] ?
    However, in 'Task List' I can see all various opened processes with different assigned PIDs. Is it a bug and how
    to troubleshoot it fixing the problem.
    The problem prevents me to use an application that requires a particular listening port UDP 162 since it gets
    bounded to process PID=4.

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    Re: PID Mapping to Ports/Sockets

    Hope this will help you.

    http://technet.microsoft.com/hi-in/l...47(en-us).aspx

    The problem prevents me to use an application that requires a particular listening port UDP 162 since it gets
    bounded to process PID=4.
    For this, as you said, if the port 162 is used by the system than you can't use it and have to go for some other port number.

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