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Check if a service is running. this batch script shows as not running even for machines where permission is an issue.

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Hi,

Check if a service is running. this batch script shows as not running even for machines where permission is an issue.
I get as "not running" for all the 4 services. When i check the machine is ON.
I dout it may be a permission error.

Can anyone help teeking this code.

Regards
Sharath
:: ================
:: READ THIS FIRST
:: ================
:: * To run this script you must have domain administrators rights.
:: * This script require "Computers.txt" file from where it will pick computer names.
:: * You need to add service names inside the script
:: * Successful run will generate "ServiceStatusRpt.txt"
:: * Copy and Paste following script into notepad and save it with any name having .cmd extension.
:: Batch Script Start
 
@ECHO OFF
SETLOCAL EnableDelayedExpansion
 
:: Add Service Names Here with prefix ECHO
(     ECHO Sophos Agent
      ECHO SAVservice
      ECHO Sophos Device Control Service
      ECHO Sophos AutoUpdate Service)>SvcName.txt
 
IF NOT EXIST Computers.txt Goto ShowErr
FOR %%R IN (Computers.txt) Do IF %%~zR EQU 0 Goto ShowErr
IF EXIST ServiceStatusRpt.txt DEL /F /Q ServiceStatusRpt.txt
 
ECHO Machine Name:Sophos Agent:SAVService:Sophos Device Control Service:Sohpos AutoUpdate Service>ServiceStatusRpt.txt
FOR /F %%c IN ('Type Computers.txt') Do (
    Echo Processing: %%c
    PING -n 1 -w 1000 %%c|Find /I "TTL" >NUL
    IF NOT ErrorLevel 1 (
        Set Report=%%c:
        FOR /F "delims=*" %%s IN ('TYPE SvcName.txt') DO (
            WMIC /NODE:"%%c" SERVICE WHERE "Name='%%s' AND State='Running'" GET Status 2>NUL |FIND /I "OK" >NUL
            IF NOT ERRORLEVEL 1 (
                Set Report=!Report!Running:
            ) ELSE (
                Set Report=!Report!NOT Running:
            )
        )
    ) ELSE (
        Set Report=%%c: Not able to connect
    )
    ECHO !Report:~0,-1!>>ServiceStatusRpt.txt 
)      
Goto EndScript
:ShowErr
Echo "Computers.txt" file does not exist or file is empty!
:EndScript
IF EXIST SvcName.txt DEL /F /Q SvcName.txt
ENDLOCAL
EXIT /B 0
:: Batch Script End

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Hi bsharath, Do you have PowerShell on at least one machine? The attached script I believe will do what you want. Bill.
# Returns 0 if ping succeeded, non-zero for failure
function test-iphost($iphost) {
  $status = get-wmiobject -class Win32_PingStatus `
    -namespace root/cimv2 -property PrimaryAddressResolutionStatus,StatusCode `
    -filter "Address='$iphost'"
  if ($status.PrimaryAddressResolutionStatus -ne 0) {
    $status.PrimaryAddressResolutionStatus
  }
  else {
    $status.StatusCode
  }
}
 
# Put the service names you want to check for in this array
$services = @("tmlisten",
              "OfcPfwSvc",
              "ntrtscan")
 
# The script assumes a list of computer names is in Computers.txt
if (-not (test-path "Computers.txt")) {
  "Computers.txt file not found"
  exit
} else {
  $computers = get-content "Computers.txt"
}
 
# You can customize the report file's name here
$reportfile = "ServiceStatusReport.csv"
 
# Output the CSV header
$csvheader = '"Computer"'
$services | foreach-object { $csvheader += (',"' + $_ + '"') }
$csvheader | out-file $reportfile -force -encoding ASCII
 
foreach ($computer in $computers) {
  write-host -nonewline "Processing $computer..."
  $output = ('"' + $computer + '"')
  if ((test-iphost $computer) -eq 0) {
    $services | foreach-object {
      $output += (',"' + ((get-wmiobject Win32_Service -computer $computer `
        -namespace root/cimv2 -property State -filter "Name='$_'").State) +
        '"')
    }
  } else {
    $output += ',"Unable to connect"'
  }
  $output | out-file $reportfile -append -encoding ASCII
  write-host "done."
}
 
"Finished. See $reportfile for results."

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Look at the following line, should the '|' (pipe symbol) be preceeded with a '^' (ceret sign)?

>>    PING -n 1 -w 1000 %%c|Find /I "TTL" >NUL

    PING -n 1 -w 1000 %%c^|Find /I "TTL" >NUL

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toto for all machines that are even On i get the below message

Not able to connec
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Hi bsharath, have you tried the PowerShell script I posted? Bill.
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by:bsharath
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Hi Bill
I would love to use it but ...I need the steps on using it
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Hi Bill
I would love to use it but ...I need the steps on using it
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Hi bsharath, do you have PowerShell installed on at least one machine? If so, copy this script to that machine, rename it to .ps1, start PowerShell, and run the script from the PowerShell prompt. Bill.
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by:bsharath
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Can i get the link for download please..
For windows 2003 OS....
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Google 'download windows powershell'. Bill.
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Abqbill...
I get this for many systems

Processing Dev1115...Get-WmiObject : The RPC server is unavailable. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x800706BA)
At D:\Services.ps1:41 char:41
+       $output += (',"' + ((get-wmiobject  <<<< Win32_Service -computer $computer `
Get-WmiObject : The RPC server is unavailable. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x800706BA)
At D:\Services.ps1:41 char:41
+       $output += (',"' + ((get-wmiobject  <<<< Win32_Service -computer $computer `
Get-WmiObject : The RPC server is unavailable. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x800706BA)
At D:\Services.ps1:41 char:41
+       $output += (',"' + ((get-wmiobject  <<<< Win32_Service -computer $computer `
Get-WmiObject : The RPC server is unavailable. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x800706BA)
At D:\Services.ps1:41 char:41
+       $output += (',"' + ((get-wmiobject  <<<< Win32_Service -computer $computer `
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by:AbqBill
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Hi bsharath, that error code usually means that WMI can't connect to a computer. One common cause is the Windows firewall. If the computer's firewall does not allow the WMI connection, then naturally you will get errors. Knowledge base article http://support.microsoft.com/kb/875605 should help you with this. Bill.
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Thank U
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