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One more method of finding out what processes are running within the virtual environment.

Many times you have to find out what processes are actually running within the virtual environment. I’ve already posted one method found here: (http://blogs.vmware.com/thinapp/2011/04/whats-keeping-my-sandbox-locked.html) but now it’s time for yet one more method.

This method uses an Entry Point running regedit.exe within the virtual environment. When you navigate the virtual registry you can see a HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Thinstall\ProcessList key. Looking in this key you’ll see the list of processes correctly running.



One more method of finding out what processes are running within the virtual environment.

Many times you have to find out what processes are actually running within the virtual environment. I’ve already posted one method found here: (http://blogs.vmware.com/thinapp/2011/04/whats-keeping-my-sandbox-locked.html) but now it’s time for yet one more method.

This method uses an Entry Point running regedit.exe within the virtual environment. When you navigate the virtual registry you can see a HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Thinstall\ProcessList key. Looking in this key you’ll see the list of processes correctly running.