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JonathanSiek
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Does running Power Apps have a process name?

Hi everyone,

I have some powershell scripts which minimize/maximize a running process of my choosing. The script uses the applications "process name".

However, I don't see anything that pertains to Power Apps when I run "Get-Process".

 

Do any of you know which name its using? Otherwise I'll have to re-write the script, which I'm hoping to avoid for the time being. Also, keep in mind, I am trying to do this with the Windows App. Not the online version using ie, or Edge.

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Thanks,

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RandyHayes
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@JonathanSiek 

The App will run under the WWAHost.exe process.  When running, the Package Name is PowerApps.

However, getting to the specifics of which process is running the package would be what you need.  That's where I stop...no more details beyond that from me.

But, I hope this helps lead you in a direction that helps.

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