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How do you enable a disabled service for many machines in a domain ?
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    You can use Group Policy - computer configuration/Windows settings/security
    settings -services. You can then specify the service to be disabled. You may
    not want to do such at the domain level or else domain controllers could be
    affected also. It could be easily done via a Group Policy linked to an
    Organizational Unit where the computer accounts live. You do not have to
    configure all the services - just the ones you want to manage via Group
    Policy and you could end up with just once service configured. An undefined
    setting for a service means that it will not affect the current services
    configuration on a computer. If you do decide to configure other service be
    sure to carefully examine the permissions assigned to them as by default
    Group Policy/new blank security template will assign excessive permissions
    to a service when you configure it. --- Steve


    "scuba19" <scuba19@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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    > How do you enable a disabled service for many machines in a domain ?
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