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CreateToolHelp32Snapshot Problems

Posted on 1998-08-07
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I'm trying to Implement the CreateToolHelp functions under windows NT and I'm having some problems.  The procedure is not being found in the Kernel32.dll where the functions are supposed to reside.  I've used most of the code verbatum from the C++ help, which compiles and links fine, but the modual won't load.  I see some comments about NT in the Help, but not much documentation.  Do these functions not work at all under NT, or is something wrong with the calls?  Anyone used this kit before?  I know there is someway to do it as there are Q-Slice and PViewer for NT which both do amost exactly what I'm trying to do.
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For Windows NT, Tool Help Functions are only supported by version 5.0 or later. Use PSAPI instead. See
HOWTO: Enumerate Applications in Win32
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q175/0/30.asp
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