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Is there a way to see the individual User Objects that are associated with a process?

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When I run task Manager and look at the process I am interested in I see 441 "User Objects". Does anyone know of a way to see what those 441 User Objects are?
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by:itguy565
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Try this:

open a command prompt and type

tasklist /svc

Let me know if that is what you are looking for..
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by:tesla764
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No I tried that and the eroor message comes back telling that /svr is not a valid option I am on XP.
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The command was tasklist /svc not svr
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I'm sorry, I did try /svc and that did work, But I am trying see if there is a way to see all or close to all of the 441 'User Objects' associated with the process named vb6.exe. I'd like to know what all of these or some of these objects are. My concern is overhead and system resource usage.
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I See, Then this application should be able to assist you:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653

Please download and run Process Explorer.
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