The execution of a command is known as a process. All multi-user operating systems have to run more than one process at the same time. netps is a unix-like process listing command ps, from Net-Square that provides you with detailed information about active processes. netps is part of the Net-Square suite of tools and will work on the Windows family of products.
Just copy netps onto your executable path. Executing "netps" with no command line options displays usage syntax.
The syntax is straightforward and easy to learn.
-f Dump a full listing for all processes
-P < pid >Dump information for process ID pid
-m Dump module information
-H Dump handle information
-t Dump thread information
-p Show a process' parent PID
-md5 < file > Show a process' calculated MD5 hash
-sp < file > Sort results by PID
-spp Sort results by oparent PID
-sn < file > Sort results by process name
-ox < file > Dump results in XML format
-oh < file > Dump results in HTML format
-?/-h Displays this message
Arguments supplied to netps are case sensitive.
To obtain a complete listing of all processes, type
To generate an md5 hash for each running process
This retrieves process information for a process with PID 195
netps -P 195
netps has been tested on Windows NT 4.0 Server, Windows NT 4.0 workstation, Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows 2003.
netps is included in a command-line toolkit named NSTools from Net-Square, that aid in the administration and audit of remote Windows NT/2K/XP/2003 systems.