Thanks, Scott. That's the one I was remembering. What are the -a, -o, and -n for? Next question, how do I identify what everything in the list is? Pam > > >Hello Pam, > >Saturday, March 8, 2003, 1:46:24 AM, you wrote: > >P> And yet another question.... >P> Isn't there a way to read the IP address of someone you are >communicating >P> with when using a chat client like ICQ or yahoo. I was >thinking there was a >P> command I used to be able to enter at the command prompt to see >this. I have >P> a client whom I've installed desktop access software but I need to know >P> their IP at the time they need my help so I can access their machine. > >Try "NETSTAT -a -o". Look up the PID of Yahoo or ICQ in Task Manager, >and find the same PID in NETSTAT's list. You'll have to run NETSTAT >from a command prompt. You might also want to use the -n option. > >-- >Best regards, > Scott mailto:Wizard@xxxxxxxx To unsubscribe from this list send an email to pcductape-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface.