Free Tool: Windows Services List


List of Windows services with name, display name, description, path, process id, status (started/stopped), start mode (auto, manual or disabled), Windows service account and more



 









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Windows Services List   List of Windows services with name, display name, description, path, process id, status (started/stopped), start mode (auto, manual or disabled), Windows service account and more


Pull a list of Windows services from multiple computers in real-time and apply filters, such as list only startup services or show services running under a specific Windows service account. This free tool is a centralized alternative to using Windows Services Manager (services.msc or command line tool sc.exe), PowerShell script (get-service cmdlet) or WMI query (wmic service).

Once you have the Windows services list across all of your workstations, you can remove or disable certain Windows services or change Windows service startup modes (i.e manual or automatic). You can also enable alerts to create a simple Windows services monitor that notifies via email you when Windows services accidentally stop. Or alert when someone changes Windows service configuration, such as disables Windows Update service.

Sign-up for Action1 Free Edition to receive real-time alerts and view instant data from your endpoints, such as alert on Windows Services List created, deleted or modified or run live or scheduled queries with the ability to export to CSV or Excel. Action1 Endpoint Security Platform is entirely SaaS, with online web interface (no management tools to install) and it has zero cost for basic functionality. Running in the Cloud, Action1 discovers all of your endpoints in seconds and you can query your entire network in plain English.



 



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Find more information on Windows Services List at Microsoft TechNet.