[ntp:questions] ntpd service doesn't connect to remote servers on Windows XP

David J Taylor david-taylor at blueyonder.neither-this-bit.nor-this.co.uk.invalid
Mon Apr 6 07:40:48 UTC 2009

David Woolley wrote:
> Danny Mayer wrote:
>> Instead of all that, just run netstat -an from the command line and
>> see if there is anything using 123/UDP port on the local addresses.
>> You can then used netstat -ano to get the PID of the application
>> using that port.
> He is running Windows.  There is no -o option on Windows netstat (and
> I'm not sure it is universal on Unix).  PID is also not a familiar
> concept for Windows users, even though there is a corresponding
> concept.

David, Danny,

netstat -ano works correctly on my Windows XP Pro SP3.

PID is easily displayed in Task Manager, Processes tab.  You can use the 
View, Select columns to show the PID.

Thanks for the suggestion, Danny.


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