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    Your only options at this point would be either the WMI option, or you can take your selection of computers and export from them using Exporter Pro. It has a Services export as well.

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    Revisiting this topic.

    I am on Hyena v9.0 'D' 64-bit, selecting 3 computers on the right pane, right-click and WISHING that a "Services" option is available. This option is available for a single computer.

    I know I can go to right-click / WMI / Execute Query / select 'Services' / Execute Query and get the same result -- but it's not as pretty.

    Thanks for your consideration.

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    Re: Show Service-Status of multiple Servers

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Tools work basically the same as Macros</div></div>

    Yes. But then hyena calls the script single for every computer I have selected.

    In this way it is not possible to call a script WITH ALL the selected computers or services or what else is selected AT THE SAME TIME.

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    Re: Show Service-Status of multiple Servers

    Tools work basically the same as Macros with the exception that they will actually execute your command when you run them, whereas Macros generate a batch file.

    So, setup the tool the way you want using the %E% or other variables, then select your computers, right-click and run it.

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    Re: Show Service-Status of multiple Servers

    OK, I'll give it a try. ;-)

    Is it possible to integrate the possibility in Hyena to call scripts in the "Extras-->Einstellungen-->Extras" with lists of selected objects? I mean a parameter like %E% which will call the script with the list of all selected computers like "computer1,computer2,computer3" and so on. Macros will not help in this case.

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    Re: Show Service-Status of multiple Servers

    WMI is really not that bad once you get to understand a few concepts. We have a section in the help file that explains WMI in brief, and there is a sample query for services. All this is needed in your case is a 'Where' condition of name="schedule" and to select multiple computers and execute the query.

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    Re: Show Service-Status of multiple Servers

    Hi,
    WMI is a little bit too complicate for me. I'll try to find another method.

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    Re: Show Service-Status of multiple Servers

    The only way to interactively do this is to use a WMI query (available in v6.0). This assumes that the computers are running a fairly modern Windows os version. To get a specific service displayed, you would just use a 'where' condition, which you can either hard code for the scheduler service or have it prompt for it.

    The other way to do this would be to use Exporter Pro. The easiest way would be to select the servers, and select Tools->Export Selected Objects, then configure it to run the service export. You can have it export just one service if you want to.

    Let us know if you have questions or problems.

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    Show Service-Status of multiple Servers

    Is there a way to show the status of one service of multiple servers in a single table? By example the scheduler-service on server x, y and z.
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