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How to determine if a specific program has internet access?

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Hello everyone,

I am currently trying to solve a problem with ChasePlane. The program has an auto-update function that launches itself each time on startup. Because of a programming error (imho) Chaseplane deletes itself (the old version) before successfully downloading the new version. Therefore the program uninstalls itself upon launch.
Support points me at antivirus or firewalls blocking the update download, but I dont have anything like that running. I placed the whole machine in the routers DMZ, deactivated windows firewall and DEP and do not have any antivirus installed.
However, something still seems to block Chaseplane.exe from accessing its update server.

Is there any general way/tool to test the internet access of a specific program on my computer? Like a connection monitoring tool etc?

Edited by Soulflight

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