vailixi Posted December 13, 2015 Share Posted December 13, 2015 (edited) I have a couple of processes running on Windows that just won't die. I figured out something kinda cool you can use the /t and /f switches and sometimes but not always it will kill child processes. So sometimes you can't kill a process directly but you can force kill the parent process and that will kill the child process even if the parent process comes back access denied. I thought this was pretty novel.So I want to kill two processes but they are both the parent and child process of each other. How do I kill them. If I can't do it from command line is there a .NET function that I can use with VB, C#, or VC++? Edited December 13, 2015 by vailixi Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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