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get process type/user

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Hi,

I know how to get an array with all processes (processlist()), but now I need to know if the process is run by the system or by the user itself. I could not find a method for this in the help file or on the forums, so was wondering if anyone had an idea?

If you don't understand what I mean, just go to task manager, after every process you will see an "username" - in many situations this is either SYSTEM or your windows username.

Thanks in advance

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Hi,

I know how to get an array with all processes (processlist()), but now I need to know if the process is run by the system or by the user itself. I could not find a method for this in the help file or on the forums, so was wondering if anyone had an idea?

If you don't understand what I mean, just go to task manager, after every process you will see an "username" - in many situations this is either SYSTEM or your windows username.

Thanks in advance

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_ProcessListProperties()

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Edit: The function _ProcessListProperties() has a new home in Example Scripts. Please take criticism/suggestions to that topic.

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Edited by PsaltyDS

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Note: Shameless self promotion is not a bad thing if you're a penguin:

_ProcessListProperties()

:)

Its hard to distinguish yourself when you look like everyone else!

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Its hard to distinguish yourself when you look like everyone else!

True, and a penguin wouldn't be caught dead in yellow spandex just to get attention!

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Valuater's AutoIt 1-2-3, Class... Is now in Session!For those who want somebody to write the script for them: RentACoder"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced." -- Geek's corollary to Clarke's law

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