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The PSAPI DLL exports a set of functions, which could be used to
obtain the processes, Process IDs and the path names in the system.
U do this in the following way,
1. Call EnumProcesses
2. Call EnumProcessesModules
3. GetModuleBaseName, GetModuleFileNameEx
If u have MSJ subscription, or if u'va got MSDN sub. then look into "Under
the Hood" article in Aug '96 by Matt Pietrik. That's a good one that
explains u how to do this.
----- Original Message -----
From: Girish Kumar <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2000 9:49 PM
Subject: [ntdev] How to know the process running under NT system
> >From my application I need to know names and processId
> of all the processess running in the sytem...something
> like what task manager shows in his process view.
> How I do that...Any Api calls???
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