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By kashmeir63 ·
Hi,
I'm running windows nt4.0 server.
Can anybody tell me how to see if a job is running from the command prompt.
Thank You.

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by johntech In reply to Command prompt

The command you require is net start, this will then show what jobs are running.

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by Joseph Moore In reply to Command prompt

Well, if you need to see if a Command Prompt is running, open up Task Manager and look for CMD.EXE
If it is there, then there is a Command Prompt window open.

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by Joseph Moore In reply to Command prompt

Now, if you are running a DOS-level process in the Command Prompt window, it will show up in CSRSS.EXE
So, open a Command Prompt, do a DIR /S to do a directory listing of the entire drive, and look at the CPU usage of CSRSS.EXE.
It should be high.
Other than that, if a Command Prompt opens another application, then that app will be listed by itself in Task Manager, in its own memory space.

hope this helps

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