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Is there a tool out there that when run will list all of your services and their dependencies? This is for Windows XP w/s
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wmi will do it.
download scriptomatic and look at the win32_servicespecification class
Answered 11/09/2009 by:
I'm pretty sure that SysInternals have a command-line tool. WMI will of course require scripting.Equally, there *has* to be a script already written: have I mentioned Google before?
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