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Identify which member servers are using the domain admin account as part of a schedule task or running a service?

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Hi all,
We have a 2008 R2 domain and I'm wanting to know if there is a quick of scanning the member servers to identify if any of them are are using the domain admin account as part of a schedule task or running a service?

Many thanks
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Question by:Jason Thomas
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Yep, there is. Freeware this way: http://www.cjwdev.com/Software/ServiceCredMan/Info.html

Can of course be done using scripts, too, but this tool is straight forward.
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Thanks mate. Worked just great. Sorry for late feedback.
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