Re: How to find a process

To identify the Windows process that is sending out TCP/IP traffic... on the source system, you can install just about any free or not-free client-based / personal firewall software.

You can also install Microsoft's free Port Reporter, though it doesn't say whether it is compatible with Windows Vista yet:

If the results come back that "System" or SVCHOST.EXE is generating the traffic, then you'll have to use a trick to try to find out which subordinate process is actually generating the traffic.

kind regards,

Karl Levinson

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