View Processes Running on Windows Server

View Processes Running on Windows Server

 

This article will help you view all running processes on your Windows server using Task Manager.

 

 

 

The following article applies for Windows Server 2008 and 2012.

 

 

View Running Processes on Windows 2008 Server

1

Log in to your server through a Remote Desktop connection.

2

Hold Ctrl+Shift+Esc or right-click on the Windows bar, and choose Start Task Manager

 

3

In Windows Task Manager, go to the Processes tab.

 

 

By default, the Processes tab displays a list of the running processes and their actual resource utilization:

 

·       Image Name – the binary executable file of the running process

·       User Name – the user of the current process

·       CPU – processor time utilization as a percentage of total CPU resource

·       Memory – physical memory utilization in Kilobytes

·       Description

 

 

 

View Running Processes on Windows 2012 Server

1

Log in to your server through a Remote Desktop connection.

2

Hold Ctrl+Shift+Esc or right-click on the Windows bar, and choose Start Task Manager.

 

 

3

In Windows Task Manager, click on More details.

 

 

4

The Processes tab displays all running processes and their current resources usage.

 

 

5

To see all processes executed by an individual user, go to the Users tab (1), and expand User (2).

 

In the above example, all running processes have been started by the user “Administrator.”

 

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