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Is there a way we can track services stoppage in windows 2003 server? ie, if someone stops a service on a server, can we have it record who it was stopped by (username).

Is this already there, how can i find it?
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By default you can look in the event viewer under System.

There you should find event 7035's and 7036's that will show when services are stopped and started.  7035's will show the username that sent the stop or start request.

Hope that helps.
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