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List all DLLs Associated with a Program

Posted on 2011-03-07
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Is there anyway to see all DLL's associated with a particular program. I tried using this command:

tasklist /M

...but it lists all and there are to many to display in my command window.
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procexp from sysinternals
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The app I am trying to see associated DLL's with is a web app (registered in IIS) and only gets called when a 'POST' or 'GET' request is made. How would I see this through process explorer?
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I also need something for a WIn 2k box as this doesn't appear to work on Win 2k
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Old versions of Process Explorer here http://www.filehippo.com/download_process_explorer/
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For all Windows versions you might try with 'DependecyWalker'. Which lists dlls loaded statically (dependency lies in the Import table) and dynamically (the program loads the dll with LoadLibrary).

DependencyWalker
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