PowerShell Mini-Scripting Games 2014: Problem 4
Summary: Here is Problem 4 in Windows PowerShell Mini-Scripting Games 2014.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today we have problem four in the Windows PowerShell Mini-Scripting Games. Remember: Please do not post any answers to these problems until next week. Please do not spoil the fun for your fellow scripters!
Problem 4 description
Your manager tasked you with what he considers to be a really important issue. The people at the Help Desk want a tool that will permit them to easily stop processes. Your manager doesn’t want to give them permission to use Task Manager because it carries too much power.
He decided that he wants you to write a script that will permit people who run the script to kill any process that they have user rights to stop. Your manager does not want people to be able to stop any process, only those for which they have user rights.
Create a graphical interface that lists processes. Permit users to select a process from the list and stop that process.
Hint: Do not do any more work on this project than you need to accomplish the task.
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Ed Wilson, Microsoft Scripting Guy