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  • kstanush
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    Re: Unable to List Services

    The "stopping" state is when a service is in the Stop Pending state. Can you verify that the service is in this state using Hyena, WinMSD, etc ?

    Usually a service should be in this state for only a very, very brief period of time, unless is unable to stop, which would indicate a problem with the service.

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  • Steve Challinor
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    Re: Unable to List Services

    Thanks for the prompt reply.
    One other aspect ..... it's listing service 'Running' or 'Stopped' which is fine. But there is also a category called 'Stopping'. It seems to be a bit coincidental that we should have users stopping the service at the time I'm running the script. What does it really mean?

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  • kstanush
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    Re: Unable to List Services

    Error 1722 means " The RPC server is unavailable.".

    This error is usually caused by the computer not being online (turned on, etc). Since Exporter gets the list of computers from the browse list, some computers on the list will always be unavailable. There is a way to use Exporter with a command line that will allow you to just export a single computer. If you have a fairly static list of machines, such as servers, that you want to get a list of services from, you can run the Exporter.exe with a command line of:

    Exporter.exe .\export.ini domainname machinename

    You could, for example, build a very large batch file that just ran Exporter.exe for each computer. Use the Append=1 switch in the .ini file to append the output together.

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  • Steve Challinor
    started a topic Unable to List Services

    Unable to List Services

    When exporting a specific service from servers and workstation across the domains I'm getting (odd) workstations replying with 'Unable to list Services' Error = 1722
    Does this imply the service isn't on that workstation or does it imply something else?
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