Shows active TCP/IP connections on remote computers with creation time, local address, local port, owning process id, remote address and remote port |
Centralized way of running netstat command on each endpoint to view active connections on Windows. Allows you to view all network connections just like if you used Windows Network Monitor or used netstat command to view all Windows network connections. You can create alerts when certain network connections are opened or perform other operations, such as count open connections or make decisions to terminate open connections. Use this free tool as a better and more streamlined alternative to running PowerShell scripts (Get-NetTCPConnection cmdlet) or WMI queries (wmic MSFT_NetTCPConnection).
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Find more information on Open Network Connections at Microsoft TechNet.