Processes running on remote computer

Hi all,
If I am logged onto one of my servers, is it possible to see what processes are running on another server?  I do not want to see the services that are started, I would like to see something like the Processes tab of the Task Manager.  I would like the ability to do this to another server or workstation.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Scott
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elbereth21Commented:
Hi smpross,
yes it is possible, for example running pslist from sysinternals (www.sysinternals.com). There you will find many other wonderful free tools to manipulate services and manage remote execution of programs.

Elbereth.
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oBdACommented:
The necessary tool is already included in XP and Server 2003: tasklist.exe
tasklist /s RemoteMachine
will give you a list of processes running on RemoteMachine
The output can be filtered, and you can use different credentials for access to the remote system (use "tasklist /?" for details).
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