Enable disabled services across network

We are running a 2003 network with the clients using windows XP pro. In the laptop RIS image certain services are set as disabled as a part of the image. It has been found that we need to have these services set to manual and not disbabled. Is there a way to change these service states across the network instead of going to each individual laptop and changing the system service locally. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Would this be set in group policy or can it be pushed out as .reg file ?
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twinvegaCommented:
Under Default Domain Security Settings there is a "System Services" item on the list that you can change the Startup and Permission options.
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acl-puzzCommented:
use command like this


sc \\localhost config wuauserv  start= disabled     <----this will disablle Windows Update service


of use psexec with @file option for this command
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