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Need PS script to get List of Services for non-system accounts

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      I am in need of a special Power-Shell script that can scan a list of servers (located in text document), get a list of “Windows Services” running “that are started by none-system account” and then dump information in to excel document for each device.  What do I mean by “none-system account”..?  I need to get the pasiffic windows services running on each computer that have been started by the “Administrator user account” or other User accounts (i.e. not the System/Local-Resource). Then Export that information for each device in to an excel file…..
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I'm unclear on a few points.  Do you want a separate document for each computer?  Is a .CSV file OK?  What information about the service do you need?  Do you only want the services that are running or ones that are in other states as well?
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I looking to put everything on to one spreadsheet( i.e. csv) with the computer name, service running,  the status, and user account its tied too ( i.e. administrator, other user accounts) that are not running by the system account... thank you for your help with this task...
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This should do what you asked.  I haven't included any error checking for down computers or blank results, so you may see some errors.  BTW, above you mentioned "status" of a service, so that's what I included, but just wanted make sure you knew that "status" is different than "state".
$out = @()
$computers = Get-Content c:\temp\computerlist.txt
ForEach ($computer in $computers)
{
  $out += ((gwmi win32_service -computername $computer -filter "StartName != 'LocalSystem' AND NOT StartName LIKE 'NT Authority\\%' AND State = 'Running'") | Select @{name="Computer";expression={$computer}},Name,Status,@{name="Account";expression={$_.StartName}})
}
$out | Export-CSV c:\temp\services.csv -notype

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The script worked perfect....  thank you for your help.......:;;
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