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Check regkey and service startup mode

Last week me and some friends found a strange mismatch with a server that has remote desktop enable and the terminal service application computer group. I have done a script that will check a regkey (not the one in this example) and a service startup type. If the startup type is not auto, the script will change it and generate a information event in the local event viewer. It is a little bit strange script, but I am sure someone more that us can use it 🙂

The event that is generated in the local event viewer has event id 0 and the type is information

Unfortunately my WordPress theme dont really like long lines in scripts, so I have uploaded it as a file instead. You can download it here


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