VB Script to show where network account is being used to run services

I need a script that will scan a list of servers to find what services are running as a domain account.

The output should show the server name and services are running as a specific account.
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jostranderCommented:
How's this?
ON ERROR RESUME NEXT


strAccount = "user123"
strComputerList = "c:\computers.txt"

'Force CSCRIPT
Set WshShell=CreateObject("Wscript.Shell")
If instr(lcase(wscript.fullname),"wscript") then
	wshshell.run "cmd /k cscript //nologo " & chr(34) & wscript.scriptfullname & Chr(34),1,false
	wscript.quit
End If


Set fso=CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set oFile=fso.OpenTextFile(strComputerList,1)
text=oFile.ReadAll
oFile.close

arrComputers=split(text,vbCrLf)

For each strComputer in arrComputers
	
	Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:" & _
	"{impersonationLevel=Impersonate}!\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2")
	
	
	Set colServices = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
		("SELECT * FROM win32_Service where StartName like '%" & strAccount & "%'")
		  
	If colServices.count > 0 then
		wscript.echo strComputer
		For Each objService in colServices
			strServiceDisplay = objService.DisplayName
			strServiceName = objService.Name
			If strServiceName <> "" then 
				wscript.echo vbTab & strServiceDisplay & " (" & strServiceName & ")"
			End If
			
			strServiceName=""
			strServiceDisplay=""
		Next
	End If
	
	Set objWMIService = nothing
	Set colServices = nothing
	strComputer=""

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Lucas BruchAuthor Commented:
Just what I wanted.  Thanks
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