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does anyone know how to get applications .exe filename and then terminate them if they are running?
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the source here will do it:
http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/Lab/5376/Spells/TMan/index.html

In the UpdateView function you can go through the list of processes to look for "something.exe" and then call KillProcess with associated structure.
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