Services export

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by L815, May 17, 2008.

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  1. L815

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    Is there a program or a batch file I could create that would make a list of my current services and the setting it's set on, so when I re-format I can just execute it instead of having to do it all manually?
     
  2. Franklin

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    Don't know of an app that can do that but you could generate your own settings by creating a reg file that you could save somewhere and merge as needed.
    Speedy Vista
     
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    Maybe you can make nLited CD and setup those there?
     
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    For Vista you would need to use vLite.

    Wonder if you could just export the services key from the reg after your services are set and save that?
     
  5. L815

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    Those are pretty good. I used to use BlackViper's online reg generator, but I'd still have to go through manually.

    Since my system services are tweaked just right, I wish Microsoft would implement the feature to Export the service settings like you can do with Registry.
     
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    For listings only, you can use DumpSec, or just take screenshots manually.
     
  7. L815

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    Damn that screenshot idea would have worked fine. Unfortunately I re-formatted last night T-T
     
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    Guess imaging is a simpler way to get what you need. ;)
     
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    FastStone Capture has an option for capturing scrollable windows in one file. Unfortunately, it's not freeware anymore. This is what I use to backup my services list.
     
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