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Anonymous
June 29, 2005 1:26:21 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.security (More info?)

Hi,

I've been looking at this problem all afternoon and I'm vexed - would
appreciate some advice. I am running a terminal server (2003) which
runs several instances of the same program - let's call it
proggie.exe.

I'm writing a simple script that a user can run to show them how many
proggie.exe's are running, and who is running them. I've been through
pslist, pmon and a few others and have settled on QUERY PROCESS * (or
QPROCESS *) which seems to do exactly what I want. But only as
Administrator. As Admin I get an output like this:
nag2 rdp-tcp#12 3 1052 proggie.exe
super rdp-tcp#16 4 344 proggie.exe
super rdp-tcp#16 4 2472 proggie.exe

As super (the user who is running the script) it comes out like this:
(unknown) rdp-tcp#12 3 1052 proggie.exe
super rdp-tcp#16 4 344 proggie.exe
super rdp-tcp#16 4 2472 proggie.exe

ie. anyone who isn't super isn't identified.

Any ideas how I can give super enough rights to enable this function?

I've tried adding super to query.exe to no avail.

many thanks
-Rob
robatwork at mail dot com

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Anonymous
June 29, 2005 2:37:43 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.security (More info?)

I don't know if this will fix the problem or not but try adding the
user/group you want to view the process information to the user right for
"profile single process". More details are given in the link below on that
user right. --- Steve

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/libr...

"Rob S" <robatworkDeleteTheseFourWords@mail.com.INVALID> wrote in message
news:42c35b0b.79191531@giganews.nildram.co.uk...
> Hi,
>
> I've been looking at this problem all afternoon and I'm vexed - would
> appreciate some advice. I am running a terminal server (2003) which
> runs several instances of the same program - let's call it
> proggie.exe.
>
> I'm writing a simple script that a user can run to show them how many
> proggie.exe's are running, and who is running them. I've been through
> pslist, pmon and a few others and have settled on QUERY PROCESS * (or
> QPROCESS *) which seems to do exactly what I want. But only as
> Administrator. As Admin I get an output like this:
> nag2 rdp-tcp#12 3 1052 proggie.exe
> super rdp-tcp#16 4 344 proggie.exe
> super rdp-tcp#16 4 2472 proggie.exe
>
> As super (the user who is running the script) it comes out like this:
> (unknown) rdp-tcp#12 3 1052 proggie.exe
> super rdp-tcp#16 4 344 proggie.exe
> super rdp-tcp#16 4 2472 proggie.exe
>
> ie. anyone who isn't super isn't identified.
>
> Any ideas how I can give super enough rights to enable this function?
>
> I've tried adding super to query.exe to no avail.
>
> many thanks
> -Rob
> robatwork at mail dot com
Anonymous
June 30, 2005 2:23:42 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.security (More info?)

Thanks for the tip - tried to no avail though unfortunately..

-Rob

On Wed, 29 Jun 2005 10:37:43 -0500, "Steven L Umbach" <n9rou@nospam-comcast.net>
wrote:

-I don't know if this will fix the problem or not but try adding the
-user/group you want to view the process information to the user right for
-"profile single process". More details are given in the link below on that
-user right. --- Steve
-
-http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/libr...
-
-"Rob S" <robatworkDeleteTheseFourWords@mail.com.INVALID> wrote in message
-news:42c35b0b.79191531@giganews.nildram.co.uk...
-> Hi,
->
-> I've been looking at this problem all afternoon and I'm vexed - would
-> appreciate some advice. I am running a terminal server (2003) which
-> runs several instances of the same program - let's call it
-> proggie.exe.
->
-> I'm writing a simple script that a user can run to show them how many
-> proggie.exe's are running, and who is running them. I've been through
-> pslist, pmon and a few others and have settled on QUERY PROCESS * (or
-> QPROCESS *) which seems to do exactly what I want. But only as
-> Administrator. As Admin I get an output like this:
-> nag2 rdp-tcp#12 3 1052 proggie.exe
-> super rdp-tcp#16 4 344 proggie.exe
-> super rdp-tcp#16 4 2472 proggie.exe
->
-> As super (the user who is running the script) it comes out like this:
-> (unknown) rdp-tcp#12 3 1052 proggie.exe
-> super rdp-tcp#16 4 344 proggie.exe
-> super rdp-tcp#16 4 2472 proggie.exe
->
-> ie. anyone who isn't super isn't identified.
->
-> Any ideas how I can give super enough rights to enable this function?
->
-> I've tried adding super to query.exe to no avail.
->
-> many thanks
-> -Rob
-> robatwork at mail dot com
-

-Rob
robatwork at mail dot com
Anonymous
June 30, 2005 6:41:03 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.security (More info?)

OK. Sorry for the dead and thanks for posting back so that I know the
results. I can't think of anything else that may help. --- Steve


"Rob S" <robatworkDeleteTheseFourWords@mail.com.INVALID> wrote in message
news:42c3ba02.6087734@giganews.nildram.co.uk...
>
> Thanks for the tip - tried to no avail though unfortunately..
>
> -Rob
>
> On Wed, 29 Jun 2005 10:37:43 -0500, "Steven L Umbach"
> <n9rou@nospam-comcast.net>
> wrote:
>
> -I don't know if this will fix the problem or not but try adding the
> -user/group you want to view the process information to the user right for
> -"profile single process". More details are given in the link below on
> that
> -user right. --- Steve
> -
> -http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/libr...
> -
> -"Rob S" <robatworkDeleteTheseFourWords@mail.com.INVALID> wrote in message
> -news:42c35b0b.79191531@giganews.nildram.co.uk...
> -> Hi,
> ->
> -> I've been looking at this problem all afternoon and I'm vexed - would
> -> appreciate some advice. I am running a terminal server (2003) which
> -> runs several instances of the same program - let's call it
> -> proggie.exe.
> ->
> -> I'm writing a simple script that a user can run to show them how many
> -> proggie.exe's are running, and who is running them. I've been through
> -> pslist, pmon and a few others and have settled on QUERY PROCESS * (or
> -> QPROCESS *) which seems to do exactly what I want. But only as
> -> Administrator. As Admin I get an output like this:
> -> nag2 rdp-tcp#12 3 1052 proggie.exe
> -> super rdp-tcp#16 4 344 proggie.exe
> -> super rdp-tcp#16 4 2472 proggie.exe
> ->
> -> As super (the user who is running the script) it comes out like this:
> -> (unknown) rdp-tcp#12 3 1052 proggie.exe
> -> super rdp-tcp#16 4 344 proggie.exe
> -> super rdp-tcp#16 4 2472 proggie.exe
> ->
> -> ie. anyone who isn't super isn't identified.
> ->
> -> Any ideas how I can give super enough rights to enable this function?
> ->
> -> I've tried adding super to query.exe to no avail.
> ->
> -> many thanks
> -> -Rob
> -> robatwork at mail dot com
> -
>
> -Rob
> robatwork at mail dot com
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