OK, netstat doesn't show them at all. TCP view shows local ports 80 and 443 as process <non-existent>.
But before I continue to drag you thru this path, I don't want to waste your time...does what I am trying to do make sense? Will I be able to do my website development work as a non-admin user, or should I give up the idea?
I used xampp a lot about two years ago to develop a business website for myself and didn't have any problems because back then I was doing everything as an admin. I don't remember the xampp terminology very well so I'm not sure what it is telling me will break when it says this:
12:17:02 PM [main] You are not running with administrator rights! This will work for
12:17:02 PM [main] most application stuff but whenever you do something with services
12:17:02 PM [main] there will be a security dialogue or things will break! So think
12:17:02 PM [main] about running this application with administrator rights!
I mean, every time I start Apache, or mySQL, or FileZilla, is that a "service"?
The reason behind me wanting to do this is that when I am working on the website I'm sure I will be constantly going out to the web, as I did last time, to look at sample sites, read up on PHP syntax, search blogs and forums for how somebody else solved whatever problem, etc. But I have completely banned myself from surfing the web as admin in the couple of years since then, and I have had zero virus/malware/etc problems since I did so. It would sure be a pain to have to switch user IDs every time I want to do some research.