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Creating A New Process

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Hey,
Is there a way to create a new process that will not be my child
process?
Meaning, that after opening the new process, if I'll open TaskManager
and do "End Process Tree" on the parent process, it will not terminate
the child process as well?

Thanks ahead

sternr
Jan 29 '08 #1
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Sternr,

Not that I know of. You could try and get around this by having another
process running already, remoting to it, and telling that process to start
the new process, so the new process is a part of the other process tree.
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Hey,
Is there a way to create a new process that will not be my child
process?
Meaning, that after opening the new process, if I'll open TaskManager
and do "End Process Tree" on the parent process, it will not terminate
the child process as well?

Thanks ahead

sternr

Jan 29 '08 #2

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