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    Prevent user from killing process via command line

    Hi
    How can I prevent a user from killing an application's process via the command line?
    Lets say Windows 7, for example.

    Thanks

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    How can I prevent a user from killing an application's process via the command line?
    Kill the user first?

    That is, use your Windows user/workgroup authorities settings and don't let the user see the command line.

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    if its running, at the same level then by default they can kill it. try either running it as another user, or mess with the integrity levels....

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