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Windows tool please?

Posted on 2012-04-11
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Hello
I am looking for a windows tool which should be run on windows 2003,
This windows tool should tell me in runtime of app,
1) Which windows registry key is being accessed by my windows application(app)?
2) Which windows service is being accessed by app to check its  presence?
3) What are the list of windows api's(mostly doc'd in msdn) that are being called from my app? for ex: OpenClusterResource() api

Is there any windows tool as such?

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hmmm, i used to use regmon a long time ago for requirement #1

apparently it (and filemon) have now been replaced by this: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896645
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Reason am asking this question is to check the feasibility of my app running on windows HPC cluster.

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You can use those:

* Whatchanged- It for comparing registries.
* Process monitor- to monitor it on a realtime. (Services,processes and registries)
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