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Email Notification on failed service

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How can I setup email notification of a stopped or failed service? I'm using Windows 2008 Standard and Enterprise edition.

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try taking a look at this freeware tool the tool monitors all automatic startup services on multiple servers at a time and sends e-mail alerts when one or more services stops unexpectedlyhttp://www.netwrix.com/windows_services_monitoring_freeware.html
may be your solution
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That helps!

thanks!
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