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can we change the service log on user by DOS commands?

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For the user log on the windows services, can I change the user and setup the password with DOS commands? For example, from
Log on as:
Local System account
to
This account: sysadm1
and set up the password.
 
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sc config YourService obj= YourUser password= YourPwd
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Thanks for info. Can you show me one more command?
how to get obj (YourUser)? The logic is
if obj != sysadm, then do
  sc config YourService obj= YourUser password= YourPwd
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for /F "tokens=2 delims=: " %%L in ('sc qc YourService ^| findstr SERVICE_START_NAME') do set obj=%%L
if not "%obj%" == "sysadm" sc config YourService obj= YourUser password= YourPwd

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