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Old 11-08-2007, 05:16 AM   #1
humbletech99
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Query Windows RPC to find dynamic ports from linux?


Does anyone know how to query Microsoft RPC from linux in order to find out the port number of those Microsoft services that keep changing ports?

I really want to test some services but the port numbers are dynamic and they change. I know I can fix some services ports via the Windows registry but I'd really like to be able to query the Microsoft RPC service and find out what port a service is listening on from the linux command line.

Is there any good program/way of doing this?
 
  


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