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I am writing a C# app which accesses the list of processes using Process.GetProcesses(). However I was very puzzled when I studied the Process class to discover that it has no method or property pertaining to the user that is running the process. Surely, under XP at least, all processes must have an associated user. Certainly Task Manager lists the user with each processes. Can anyone tell me how, having got the Process object, I then find out which user it is running under?

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