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Hello everyone! I'm juz wondering, is it possible to get the location of file through its process name?

Let say I run task manager, so the process taskmgr.exe will exist. So, I want to make a script that can retrieve the location of that file using its process name.

As a result, my script will return the result like this : C:\Windows\System32\taskmgr.exe

Thanks!


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Hello everyone! I'm juz wondering, is it possible to get the location of file through its process name?

Let say I run task manager, so the process taskmgr.exe will exist. So, I want to make a script that can retrieve the location of that file using its process name.

As a result, my script will return the result like this : C:\Windows\System32\taskmgr.exe

Thanks!

There was a UDF called _ProcessListProperties(), posted by a particular rakishly good looking antarctic water fowl...

:)

Provides the path to the executable in element [n][5] of the returned array.

^_^


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There was a UDF called _ProcessListProperties(), posted by a particular rakishly good looking antarctic water fowl...

:)

Provides the path to the executable in element [n][5] of the returned array.

:)

Hmmm.. let me guess you are talking about the Imperial Cormorant??

^_^

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Hmmm.. let me guess you are talking about the Imperial Cormorant??

^_^

Hrumph!

Those upstart little boobies couldn't code their way out of a wet paper For/Next loop!

Cormorant, indeed!

Hrumph, I say!

:)


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Probable results, that bird never had a chance...

True, but you got the wrong bird: Baked glazed Cormorant, anyone?

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Atleast people eat cormorant, even vultures won't touch a penguin.

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You just haaaaaaaaadd to go there didn't you?

Atleast people eat cormorant, even vultures won't touch a penguin.

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Thanks to PsaltyDS for ur reply.

....and here we have so many bird's pic!=p


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Thanks to PsaltyDS for ur reply.

....and here we have so many bird's pic!=p

Glad it helped.

Sorry to hijack your topic with a dumb joke... BUT I DIDN'T START IT!

:)


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