troubleshooting Question

Need to monitor running processes.

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Hello, I have a Windows 2003 R2 x64 SP1 server that runs complex analytical software. I was wondering if anyone knew of a way that various users could check the running processes for ALL users. All the engineers that use the rools have a need to check the processes. It appears that only an administrator can do this via the checkbox in Task Manager. I don't want to make everyone an admin, and I don't want everyone logging into the server. Is there a method to export all the running processes on the server to a file? I would like this file to possibly be updated frequently. Or maybe some kind of website that has the active content? I looked at Sysinternals Process Explorer, but didn't see a way to export the info automatically.
Thanks for any help.
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