Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit.
I have set up Services. How do I save it now ?.
you can export
from the registry and save.
Thank you for the information. I suppose, that then I could save the whole registry ?.
I have been told, that export the registry not ALL backs up settings for services.
Any comments on that ?
Export only that key to save services settings. Exporting the whole thing is not a good thing as all is not saved and so much changes every second you can mess up things trying to put back a whole if you see what I mean.
Yes I see what you mean, Many thanks. The link shows interesting things too, thanks!
Do you have a link to the Service Disabler ?
Some have asked that I separate that cause it's attached to Se7en_UA program but I just haven't time yet. It can be used without running anything else on the main app. Just install and you can run it right away.
Se7en_UA - Se7en/Vista DVD and xml Creator - MSFN Forums
But what I want is a place where I can download services disabler
It is included in that other app right now, just install and you can use just the services disabler part
When you first click Set Service also it will Export current Services to Se7en_UA\ zServices.reg.
i have written little program to export/import Windows Services Configurations.
here is a screenhot of it
export/import into xml file
drag drop between the Listviews to easily configure to your likings
rightclick on a Listview item opens a contextmenu to jump directly to the Registrykey.
mousehover on a Listview item and you'll get the Registry Servicename displayed as a tootip.
if you have services installed other ppl dont have. It doesnt matter only shows/imports the services that are really installed.
tested and works on XP and Windows 7. Probably work on Vista too but not tested.
.net Framework 2.0 needed only important for XP users on Win7 this runs out of the box.
You should set a Restore Point if you dont know what you are doing and just in case.
I have included 2 xml Presets one for XP(no WLAN) and one for Windows 7(no WLAN and inspired by BlackViper.com)
There are about 7 services in Win 7 where the start parameter is not editable because of restricted access. These Services if you have selected them to be changed will be displayed in red. You can then rightclick and jump to the Registry and manually edit the access rghts.
here is the new version for download since i cant edit my old Post but Mike told me he will update my first post with the download link.
i added Start/Stop of Services as requested by Erik
hope this will work out for you
I hope that somebody can use the tool.
If there are Questions then dont bother to PM me.
PS: The displayed Services are in German because my OS is german ^^
i got a new version out with a little bugfix
and would be great to take out the link and post my site instead so the link will always be up to date
sry to bother you with this Mike and thx in advance
I appreciate very much what you have made. Thank you.
BUT if I want to change a setting by rightclick, and get what is shown in the attachment.
How to get rid of it ?
how did that error occur? can u tell me the steps so i can track down the error?
would be great to know how it happened.
thx in advance
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I right click an option, and what happens can be viewed here:
I received your reply, thanks a lot.
I can tell you, that I have administrators rights, so I wonder why.
But I will download the file, and see what's happens then.
I will keep you informed
Thanks a lot
thanks a lot bro i too needed the answer
When I first upgraded from '98 to XP, I began a "Love - Hate" relationship with those "Services".
That is, I love to hate them!
I wrote my own Batch file to disable services in XP, Vista and Win-7.
The batch file for W-7 is over twice the size of the one for XP.
I'm sure this new program will help others do what I did by trial and error, with far less angst.
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