Service Status

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  • Adam Ruth

    Keith,

    You can to use the Service Name and Service Start Type filters and set the StartType filter to "equals disabled".  Refer to the attached screenshot.

    ServiceDisabled.png

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  • Kurt D

    I can't figure out how to do this in the latest version.  I can create a filter based on the service name but not sure how to get the state or start mode of that service.

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  • Kurt DeLanoy

    I got this working in the latest version as well.  I was using service state contains "started" when I should of been using "running".

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  • Sebastian

    I have this same issue, I'm trying to create a dynamic collection of computers that have a service with the title "Windows Defender" which has the status of "Running", but it seems to evaluate each filter independently and gives me a result containing machines that have a service called "Windows Defender" and also *any* service with a status of "Running". I can't nest it so that it does what I want.

     

     

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  • John

    @Sebastian

    This gave me consistent results.  One more "All" filter does the trick. 

     

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  • Brigg Angus

    You can also use the "Any" and then the "All". I've attached a collection that shows the following (it's a quick throw together so might contain errors, but you can modify for whatever service you might need):

    • What machines have the WinDefend service (and those that don't)
    • What machines have WinDefend service Running
    • What machines have WinDefend service Stopped
    • What machines have WinDefend set to Automatic
    • What machines have WinDefend set to Disabled
    • What machines have WinDefend set to Manual

    EDIT 1/4/2016:

    I have written a KB article that covers this in quite a bit more depth:
    http://support.adminarsenal.com/entries/98578518-Create-a-Dynamic-Collection-to-Gather-Windows-Service-Information

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