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How do I export Task Manager Process List?

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Using Windows Server 2003.
In Task Manager, I'd like to export the list of items in the Processes tab, preferably in a csv format.
Is this possible?
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Thanks.
That doesn't give the CPU usage, even if I use /V
Is there a way to the CPU along with the memory usage?
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If you are looking for CPU usage.  Use performance logs and alerts and create logs for your performance monitor as well.
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I've given a quick look at Performance Logs,  in Admin Tool\Performance.
While it does give a CPU usage, I don't see any user columns.  Before I spend too much time on it - is there a way to add the PC and user name to the log?
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