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Author Topic: Have different Force levels if different users are running a process  (Read 2598 times)


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I run Process Tamer on my web and mail server as I have a lot going on on my 450mhz server!

I run it as a service so that it has control over all apps even those which are services them selves and running as SYSTEM.
One of the things I want is for PT to keep certain parts of the server available where as others can be pushed right down to the bottom of priority and can just wait. I have perl.exe which runs on three different occasions. One it runs as SYSTEM and I want it to go to below normal priority. One it runs as Administrator and I want it to run on Low priority, and one it runs as the Internet User and I want that to have Above normal Priority.

Is this something you might be able to create functionality for? As it is I can only set one rule, which means I just have to decide which one is best over all.