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    Exporting Services List

    Is this possible without using any 3rd Party Tools?

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    "sc query > blah.txt" might be sufficient?

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    Start > Run > msinfo32

    Navigate to: Software Environment > Services

    Then: File > Export

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    Even better

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    sc is better if you want to script it (eg collecting info from a batch of machines); msinfo is better if you need a GUI

    Might be worth mentioning that pretty much all the MMC windows can be exported (eg Start | Run | Services.msc. right click on "services" on the left hand side and choose Export list.

    Finally (!) don't forget Scriptomatic which will write a WMI script for you to export details of services and many more things besides.

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    Awesome, thanks alot guys.

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    Thanks for the MMC export tip, I just used it today to get a quick excel list of all the teachers email addresses. Worked really well.



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