"Seth" <seth_lermanNOSPAM@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> "Norman Diamond" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> "Rock" <Rock@nospam.net> wrote in message
>>> "Norman Diamond" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>>> At the bottom of the Task Manager screen is a button saying "Show
>>>> processes from all users". I HAVE NOT CLICKED THIS BUTTON.
>>>> Task Manager is showing processes owned by Task Manager's owner (a
>>>> standard user) AND processes owned by an administrative user. Why?
>>> That's normal for a standard user. It's not showing all the processes
>>> on the system that one would see by clicking on show processes from all
>> Sure it's not showing all, but why is it showing any? I think it
>> shouldn't show any other users' processes until administrative
>> credentials are input (especially when the other users' processes are
>> running as admin).
> The additional processes you are seeing are system processes that are
> running in the current users context.
As shown in the screenshot, the additional processes are not system
processes and they are not running in the current user's context.
Administrative user "soft1" is running user process "cmd.exe" in the context
of user "soft1". I can type input into that window. I still wonder why
standard user "$B1Q8l%f!<%6(B" was able to see processes owned by "soft1".
(For example, after posting, I typed the command line "taskmgr" and got a
second Task Manager window. As expected, the second one was owned by user
"soft1" instead of "$B1Q8l%f!<%6(B". As expected, that one did show system
processes. As expected, system processes were owned by user SYSTEM or LOCAL
SERVICE or NETWORK SERVICE.)