I'm looking for a robust way to determine if a service can be stopped without data loss or corruption, or if a regular stopping will work if the service can be killed via powershell. I thought about ...
In order to be able to easily detect which of a group of security products is installed on a machine, I would like to be able to filter the Powershell Get-Service output by the Company Name attached ...
We have a PowerShell script that restarts a service on another computer. When we use PowerShell's built-in service control cmdlets, like so: $svc = Get-Service -Name MyService -ComputerName ...
As mentioned in the title, how to find out which user is running a service with powershell?
What's the best way to instruct the network to run a Windows Service during a specified time interval?
Windows 7 Search Indexing service is causing some problems on our network. We get a ton of use out of it, but can no longer run it during the day while users are actively working. Because search ...
I'm looking for advice on how to enable our team to take down and re-start our company systems for maintenance purposes. The scenario includes several Oracle db machines several MS SQL Server ...