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Getting the Master Task List on NT4+

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I need to retrieve the following information:
Tasks loaded, and associated executables.
*Not the Master Window List*

Under 16-Bit Windows, toolhelp.dll was used which had the functions TaskFirst and TaskNext, but these functions no longer work under NT4...

I hashed something together that uses FindWindow and collates Windows by class to give me an idea of what's running, but I really need a Task->EXE lookup system.
Can anyone help...?

Lady V.
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In NT4 there is the PSAPI.Dll.
Take a look in "Hardcore VB" to see the what the declarations are.
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Does anyone know the declarations/syntax?
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