Re: Displaying Win Services Info via a web form

Posted on 2006-04-27
Last Modified: 2010-04-17
what is the best means of displaying windows services information through a web portal hopefully using some form of .net technology?

Question by:Nobletucky2004
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    Build a Web portal in ASP.Net and user the ServiceController class to retrieve information about your services. It is quite an easy class to use, you are just required to put in the service and machine names to map to a service. Have a look at the link below:

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