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  • Launch Services.msc connected to a server?

    How would I set up the script on a button to launch the services control panel but instead of 'local' it would be connected to TestServer instead?

    I want a way for a few users to check if several services are running on a remote server... nothing fancy.

  • #2
    Maybe using the File.OpenURL function and setting the address of TestServer as the destination parameter?
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    • #3
      you could use the psservice

      Download -> PSTools

      Syntax in a Batch File:
      psservice \\computername -user -password restart/stop/start spooler

      regards

      EDIT: with powershell you can get the info if the service are running or not
      Microsoft
      Last edited by Worti; 04-26-2012, 06:21 AM.

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      • #4
        So add PSTools to the project - with an 'install button' - then a batch file assigned to another button? The workstations won't have access to the powershell...

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        • #5
          Tried that one - no luck.

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