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c:\windows>netsh http show servicestate ? Usage: show servicestate [[view=]session|requestq] [[verbose=]yes|no] Parameters: Tag Value view - View snapshot of HTTP service state based on server session or request queues. verbose - View verbose information showing property information too. Remarks: Shows a snapshot of the HTTP service. Examples: show servicestate view="session" show servicestate view="requestq"

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netsh http show servicestate - Windows Vista - command Shows a snapshot of the HTTP service. / Windows Vista
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