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How to check the IIS Web Service Extensions  from cmd line to the remote server

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How to check the IIS Web Service Extensions  from cmd line to the remote server

can you guys let me know please  

IISExt is the cmd but no idea  how to check which items are enabled or disabled
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You can utilize PsExec from your workstation to run a remote command prompt and utilize the command.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897553.aspx
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can you gave me full cmd  ?
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thanks for you help
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