Listing processes on a remote machine : Process « Development « C# / CSharp Tutorial

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Diagnostics;
using System.IO;
using System.Reflection;
using System.Runtime;
using System.Runtime.CompilerServices;
using System.Security;

public class MainClass
    public static void Main()
        Process[] allProcs = Process.GetProcesses("RemoteMachineOnYourNerwork");
        foreach (Process p in allProcs) 
           Console.WriteLine("  -> {0} - {1}", p.ProcessName, p.PeakWorkingSet64);


14.15.1.Starting Processes by using ProcessStartInfo
14.15.2.Starting a new process.
14.15.3.Detecting Process Completion
14.15.4.Redirecting Process Output
14.15.5.Get all processes on local machine
14.15.6.Enumerate over threads in a given PID
14.15.7.Enumerate over mods in a given PID
14.15.8.Launch / kill a process
14.15.9.Threads in Current Process
14.15.10.Property of current Process
14.15.11.Change priority for current process
14.15.12.List all process threads in current running processes
14.15.13.All current running processes
14.15.14.Listing processes on a remote machine
14.15.15.Get processes by name
14.15.16.Get all processes running on the local computer
14.15.17.Get all processes running on the remote computer
14.15.18.Get a process on the local computer, using the process id
14.15.19.Get a process on a remote computer, using the process id
14.15.20.Display the process statistics until the user closes the program
14.15.21.Uses the ProcessStartInfo class to start new processes, both in a minimized mode
14.15.22.Using an IP address to specify the machineName parameter
14.15.23.Start a Web page using a browser associated with .html and .asp files
14.15.24.Using the computer alias (do not precede with "\\")