Scott Hanselman

Figuring out which DLLHost.exe belongs to which COM+ Application

June 11, 2003 Comment on this post [4] Posted in Web Services
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I wanted to find out what is inside of a particular DLLHost.exe.   I went into Component Services and used "View|Status" do see the PIDs of each COM+ Application which I can then correlate to a PID in Task Manager.  Shouldn't there be a COM+ Explorer/Spy/Info Application for this, or did I miss it?

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June 12, 2003 1:25
My concern on my home machine is when I run across dllhost.exe in the process list, and I haven't been doing anything close to working with COM+. I'm always fearful that it is some rogue dlIhost (with an uppercase i) that is going to format my harddrive and steal my frozen pizzas.

June 12, 2003 5:40
Normally there is always a dllhost.exe running for the system application.

June 12, 2003 16:39
Have you tried ProcessExplorer from sysinternals.com?
June 13, 2003 15:38
Yeah I was going to say the same thing. http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/procexp.shtml

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