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TCL commands to get detailed info on running processes in xp

TCL commands to get detailed info on running processes in xp

TCL commands to get detailed info on running processes in xp

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Are there any TCL commands which can give detailed information on running processes in xp.
For example windows tasklist command gives very limmited information on running processes.
Program like "Processes explorer" (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653) is able to give information like:-
1) Full command used to start the process including all command line switches and  arguments
2) Directory the procces was started from
3) Location of the program

Other quivalent TCL commands which can do the above or any easy work arounds.

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