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powershell script to setup logon service account on multiple servers

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Hello,
Do you have a script or command line to specific logon account name for the specific service on multiple computers

For example,
the service name called "xyz" and I need to set up logon account svc_appadmin to run this service.

thank you so much for your help in advance.
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hm. Isn't it the old way to do it using win32?
How about using powershell remoting so that I can update it on all computers from one computer?

something like this using psremoting:
invoke-command -computer pc01, pc02, pc03 {get-service -name servicename} etc.

I have powershell remoting enabled and all computers are running 2012.

Please help
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If you were only getting the service information or setting  those properties that can be set using the set-service cmdlet then yes you would be correct. Unfortunately the set-service cmdlet does not allow you to set the logon account or password.
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thank you so much!
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