[python-win32] killProcName.py not working for processes under user SYSTEM
gagsl-p32 at yahoo.com.ar
Wed May 3 00:33:39 CEST 2006
At Tuesday 2/5/2006 16:50, Gerrat Rickert wrote:
>Im logged in as an administrator on my computer
>(actually a domain admin) and I cant seem to
>get the killProcName.py program (that came with
>Mark Hammonds python extensions) to kill ANY
>process owned by SYSTEM (Ive tried a few eg. iPodService, Apache)
>I can open the windows task manager, right-click
>the process and do an End Process, and that
>kills it just fine, but I just get an error when I try it from Python:
>(5, OpenProcess, Access is denied.)
Thats because you, even as administrator, do not
have enough privilege to grab the process handle.
This is a common scenario for services running as Local System.
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