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I want to get all processes in system. If a process has its father process, how to get its father process information?
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You've posted the same question in the Windows area - again, this is only possible for NT...
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See Visual Studio excamples
\Microsoft Visual Studio\MSDN\99APR\1033\SAMPLES\VC98\...\SDK\SDKTOOLS\WINNT\PVIEWER\
You will find there sources of PViewer appication.
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