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Reset services to default settings

Posted on 2008-10-29
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Is there a way of resetting all services on a workstation or server back to the default setting they should be?

e.g reset the status, startup type and log on as back to normal defaults?
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Question by:dgjlee
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by:keamo
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Here is a list of services and the defaults.....

http://www.ss64.com/ntsyntax/services.html
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by:dgjlee
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Thanks....is this a case of manually changing each one or maybe creating a script to run multiple sc commands?

Do you know of a list for win2k3 as well?
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jeebukarthikeyan earned 250 total points
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Please have a look into this

http://www.blackviper.com/WinXP/registry.htm
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