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load services on another computer using a command line

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Hi

How do i load services on another computer using a command line eg: "services.msc \\printserver01". It's actually on W2K Server.

All I actually want to do is to be able to check the status of the printer spooler on the other server & maybe restart it.

Regards

Tim
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>>All I actually want to do is to be able to check the status of the printer spooler on the other server & maybe restart it.

go to start>run>services.msc to open the services MMC (microsoft management console
rightclick on "services" and choose 'connect to another computer"
now you will be seeing the services MMC of whichever remote computer you choose.
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Sorry I should have added that I want to do it in 1 command without any user interaction. I thought "services.msc \\printserver01" would work, but it just runs Services locally.
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then just do what i said, and when you exit save the MMC wherever you would like. Then whenever you open that saved MMC the remote computer's services will be right there. I'm not sure what you mean by NO user interaction, but doubleclicking on a saved MMC is about as easy as i can make... OR you could simply schedule it to open if the user is too lazy to double-click.
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Many thanks.

Is there any reason on a W2K Server when I launch services.msc and right click on "Services (Local)" select All Tasks I only get Send Console Message and not connect to another computer ?
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you can use pstool to run service remotely :

http://www.sysinternals.com/Utilities/PsTools.html
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>>Is there any reason on a W2K Server when I launch services.msc and right click on "Services (Local)" select All Tasks I only get Send Console Message and not connect to another computer ?

b/c that isn't a feature if you are doing it FROM a windows 2000 machine (you didn't say which type of machine you where doing it FROM) but that is available if you are on an XP box.

but you can still do it no problem, the steps are just different

1.  start>run>MMC>OK to start a blank MMC
2.  File>add/remove snap in>click add>scroll down to services, click ok and then it will ask you if you want to look at services on the local computer, or another computer, choose another computer and OK out of everything.
3. when you exit, save the MMC like i mentioned before.
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Query to see is spooler service running:
sc \\remoteservername query spooler

Start Spooler Service
sc \\remoteservername start spooler

Stop Spooler Service
sc \\remoteservername stop spooler
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