Re: What is blocking port 80?

On Mar 4, 3:29 am, "Jesper Ravn" <jesper_r...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Run NETSTAT -ano and write down the PID number.
From a task manager you can see what process is having the PID.
Ex, Skype is running on port 80.

Ah, I like that set of options, very useful! It turns out the PID is
4, which is System. I am thinking this is a Microsoft change.


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