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Is there a way, from Windows Application, to list all running processes and their associated DLLs?
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Question by:fattumsdad
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Process[] pList = Process.GetProcesses();
foreach(Process p in pList)
{
      foreach(ProcessModule pm in p.Modules)
            Console.WriteLine("Process: " + p.ProcessName + " has module " + pm.FileName);
}


HTH,

Razzie
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