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I am using Process Monitor and I see data in the Operation column that I would like to check for and have autoit code react to. I only see 2 function related to processes and they are _ProcessGetName and ProcessList. Is it possible to see the Process Name and Operation with autoit? I did some searching and saw one person trying to capture the output of Process Monitor. I couldn't get the code to work and I am unsure if that is the way I need to go or not.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

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13 hours ago, PeterlFF said:

I only see 2 function related to processes and they are _ProcessGetName and ProcessList.

there is more then 2 see link below:

https://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/functions/Process Management.htm

https://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/libfunctions/WinAPIEx Process Management.htm

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Went through the functions @ad777 pointed out to me and I don't see what I am looking for. I don't see what I want in Task Manager but if I look in Process Monitor I see the Operation info which is what I want (see Operation column in attached image).

I don't want Process Monitor running so I won't be able to pull data from it directly but I assume it is getting this info from Windows anyway.

Any suggestions on where I can find this info with AutoIT?

 

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@ad777 I have been looking at the 2 apps in the link you provided (the old one and the newer one) and the links to the functions, and I can't figure out how they can get the Operation info for a running process (where it shows things like 'Thread Create' and 'Thread Exit'). I'm still pretty green when it comes to AutoIT so maybe I just can't grasp it.

Can you or anyone else give me a little more direction? 

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