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Se o objectivo é simplesmente criar um novo processo, podes usar a CreateProcess();

Mas se o objectivo é criar uma verdadeira cópia do processo (memória, canais, fluxo de execução, etc), é bastante difícil.

A biblioteca Cygwin, cujo objectivo é implementar a API POSIX (Unix/Linux/etc) para Windows, detalha o processo que eles usam, e é bastante complicado: http://www.redhat.com/support/wpapers/cygnus/cygnus_cygwin/architecture.html

Também podes usar a própria Cygwin, que já implementa essas funções, mas se o programa é para ser distribuído e não é Open Source, tens que licenciar a biblioteca à Red Hat: http://www.redhat.com/services/custom/cygwin/

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