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how to get windows process list and how can killl that process

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Dear Friends,
                       Is there any possible to get windows process list linux . if i get process for windows i need to kill that process (PID).
                      in windows network i can kill process using " TSAKKILL hostanme processname"
                     same thing i need to kill process linux to windows
                    i have Linux server in my network. my users using windows system some i want kill that process .
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You can use the "taskkill" command via remote administration. Just make sure the telnet service is running on those windows machines, then login as an administrator via telnet.

The command "tasklist" will give you a list of all running processes, then use taskkill with the /F command option to force termination.

Note:
Tasklist and Taskkill only exist on Windows XP machines (and later?).
On Win2k the lister programme is called "tlist". A process killer does not exist on Win2k by default, you will have to download "pskill.exe" from the PsTools toolbox by Sysinternals and copy it on to the target machines.


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Hope I got what you meant, but you are not easy to understand at all.
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Tahnk for that , but i need to kill windows process using linux system in network .  
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Have a look at http://www.sysinternals.com/
There is no instrumentation on Linux to kill windows processes.
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srinut31,

in my suggestion you do exactly what you say you want to: you use the linux system in order to remotely administrate the windows PCs on your network.
Logging in to a windows system via a telnet shell will let you execute commands and programs that reside on the target system - provided you log in with an administrator's account.

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