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How to get services on remote computers with PowerShell?

Chirag Nagrekar

Chirag Nagrekar

Updated on 22-Jan-2020 08:05:08

To get service on the remote computer(s), simply you need to add parameter – ComputerName and provide remote servers computer name or IP address.In the below example, we are getting services information on remote computer Win7 which has Automatic start-type.Get-Service -ComputerName Win7 | Where{$_.StartType -eq "Automatic"}Similarly, you can connect multiple ... Read More

How to get services based on multiple conditional parameters in PowerShell?

Chirag Nagrekar

Chirag Nagrekar

Updated on 22-Jan-2020 08:03:35

To filter out services with both start-type “Automatic” and Status “stopped” we need to use the -AND comparison operator. Here, services will be displayed only when both conditions are matching.CommandGet-Service | where{($_.StartType -eq "Automatic") -and ($_.Status -eq "Stopped")} | Select Name, StartType, StatusOutputName       StartType  Status ----   ... Read More

How to get all the services based on their status in PowerShell?

Chirag Nagrekar

Chirag Nagrekar

Updated on 22-Jan-2020 08:02:35

Below commands will filter out services based on their Status (Running, Stopped).CommandTo get all the running services on the local computer.Get-Service | where{$_.Status -eq "Running"}OutputRunning  TimeBrokerSvc      Time Broker Running  TokenBroker        Web Account Manager Running  TrkWks             Distributed Link Tracking Client ... Read More

How to get services based on start-type in PowerShell?

Chirag Nagrekar

Chirag Nagrekar

Updated on 22-Jan-2020 07:57:33

Below commands are useful to filter services based on their start types (Automatic, Manual or Disabled).CommandTo get the Automatic start-type service. These services are started automatically when the system starts.Get-Service | where{$_.StartType -eq "Automatic"} | Select Name, StarttypeOutputSystemEventsBroker          Automatic TeraCopyService             ... Read More

How to search for the specific service in PowerShell?

Chirag Nagrekar

Chirag Nagrekar

Updated on 22-Jan-2020 07:54:59

You can get the specific service-related information using –name parameter and you just need to provide the service name.CommandGet-Service –Name "Spooler"OutputStatus Name DisplayName ------ ---- ----------- Running Spooler Print SpoolerCommandSimilarly, you can search for more than one service with the –name parameter.Get-Service –Name "Spooler", "RemoteAccess" OutputStatus Name DisplayName ------ ---- ... Read More

How to display specific properties from Get-Service output in PowerShell?

Chirag Nagrekar

Chirag Nagrekar

Updated on 22-Jan-2020 07:51:51

To display the other properties of the services than the default ones (which are supported by Get-Member), you need to pipeline the Select-Object (alias Select) command. For example, in the below command we will display theService name, start type and status of the service.CommandGet-Service | Select-Object Name, StartType, StatusOutputName   ... Read More

How to get all properties and methods available for the service in PowerShell?

Chirag Nagrekar

Chirag Nagrekar

Updated on 22-Jan-2020 07:50:10

To display all the properties and methods available for the get-service cmdlet you need to pipeline Get-Member (alias gm). MemberType ‘Property’ is to display the specific property like machinename, servicename, etc. and with the MemberType ‘Method’ you can perform specific operations on the object, for example, Start, Stop, Pause the ... Read More

How to get the services on a local computer with PowerShell?

Chirag Nagrekar

Chirag Nagrekar

Updated on 22-Jan-2020 07:48:28

To get the services on the local computers you need to use Get-Services cmdlet. This command will give you all the services which have running, stopped, stop pending or start pending status, and which has startup type is Automatic, Manual or Disabled.The output of the default table will display Status, ... Read More

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