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© Derek Schauland and Donald Jacobs 2016

Derek Schauland and Donald Jacobs, Troubleshooting Windows Server with PowerShell, 10.1007/978-1-4842-1851-8_6

6. Manage Running Processes on a Target System

Derek Schauland and Donald Jacobs2

(1)Greenville, Wisconsin, USA

(2)Appleton, Wisconsin, USA

So far in our journey to troubleshoot systems using PowerShell, we have gathered information from

  • The Windows event log

  • Server information

  • Installed application listings

  • Windows Update information

The information that can be pulled from these sources is large and can quickly be scaled to allow collection from any number of systems. In this chapter, we are going to collect information about processes running on a specified target computer.

What can be captured about ...

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