I am aware that under windows 7 the command-line commands...
tasklistgets me processes (including services) currently running by it's executable name
net startshows me all the display names of started services. (“pretty” display names, not the shorter, space-less service names)
What I would like to achieve on the command line is
- from executable name (wmiserv.exe) to the service name behind
- vice versa (o.k., this way round could also be done in the services.msc panel, looking up the services properties)
If there was a command that, say, lists it all ( executable(+incl. path maybe), service name, display name) and I can grep my to the lines I need, that would be perfect.
I lack understanding, if separate rules for svchost-Services apply.
Example: I am currently try to find the service behind
C:\Windows\System32\wmiserv.exe, which locks some files. Googling for such only gets one a wild bunch of search spam and dodgy „Download FixingTool.exe“. All I can find in the exe's Properties Dialog (assuming that it is benigm in the first plane) doesn't sound like any service name I can come up with.