Network files

How can i detect if an application (.exe file) is running on another computer in a network
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mcriderCommented:
First, read the following microsoft KB article:

HOWTO: List Running Processes
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q187/9/13.ASP?LNG=ENG&SA=MSDN 
 
Then what you could do is use the winsock control running as a server to write the list of processes to the socket.

Hope this helps!


Cheers!
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gaAuthor Commented:
I've solved the problem on a different way, thanks anyway
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mcriderCommented:
Cool... How?
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gaAuthor Commented:
I just open the file in append mode
if no error occurs i close the file imidiately else the file is open

It's not a nice way, but it's good enough for me
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