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PowerShell Script to stop and disable services

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Does anyone have a PowerShell script to stop and disable services on a specific server?
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Try this..
Import-CSV C:\Temp\input.csv | % {
$service = Get-WmiObject win32_service -computername $_.Server -filter "name='$($_.service)'"
$service.stopservice() | Out-Null
$service.ChangeStartMode("Disabled") | Out-Null
}

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Sample input file..
Server,service
ServerA,Spooler
ServerB,WinRM

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