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now there is a processor running in my nt server, but I can't end task this processor, even if I login as administrator.
what can i do to kill this processor.
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by:sprinkmeier
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reboot?
What is the name of the process?
what directory does it live in?
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by:MaDdUCK
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kill.exe from the resource kit...
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by:focht
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Maybe you are trying to kill a service ;)
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by:yitao
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where can I found kill.exe or what is recouse kit
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sbotha earned 30 total points
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Make sure your user name has "Act as part of the operating system" and "Debug programs" rights.  You can set these rights in the "Policies/User Rights" menu of the User Manager.  Make sure that you "Show Advanced Options".
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