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July 12, 2004, 2:14 pm
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I am trying to write a script that checks to make sure all services that
are set to start automatically are running. If they are not I want to
try to restart them and report an error otherwise.
The problem I am having is that I cannot find a way to deferentiate
between and service that is set to start automatically and one that is
manually set to start.
Using Win32::Service::GetStatus() seems to return '4' when the service
is running and '1' when the service is stopped. These values don't seem
to change if I set to something to start automatically or manually they
only seem to take into account the current status.
Is there away to determine if a service is supposed to startup
Thanks in Advance
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