I’m going to add the dotnet.exe dotnet.exe to my site, and I’m going to do so in a matter of seconds.
That’s a 0x0 exit code, which means it’s gone. You can check this by going to that link and checking the “Details” link.
The dotnet.exe service is run by the kernel to provide the core functions that allow the Linux OS to run. In addition, it also provides the ability for a process to obtain certain information about the operating system, memory, and other things. So if you kill the dotnet.exe process, then the information is still there, but you won’t be able to access it.
To really check the information out, you would have to go to the process information page in the process manager. That is what we use to see what programs are running that are associated with the running kernel and the operating system in general.
The process manager can look into any process, and you can just type in something like “Process Name”. It would be a total pain to have to type in the name you want to kill, but we can easily put the process name into a directory and put it there.
I was excited to see the process information page in the process manager, but I was a little disappointed because it didn’t have any information about how long the process has been running. It’s only the first page, and I could have sworn it came with all of the other information.
It also doesnt say anything about the exact exit code. You might want to go to the link below and refresh your browser.
There are still some things you can do to kill the process. You can kill it and the process can live on by exiting from the command prompt and then killing the process by going to the “terminate” link below. This will ensure that there is no chance that the process is still running on the system.
There is actually something you can do that will cause the process to kill itself. You can use this command to prevent it from exiting: cmd.
If you want to prevent a process from exiting using kill it from the command prompt, you can add the following to the script.