Displaying Services Not Running

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How to display services not running.

Here’s a quick and accurate way of displaying all Windows services that are not currently running on your system using the sc query command:

sc query type= service state= inactive

Don’t forget the spaces after the equals signs, they’re required.

If you only want to determine whether a single service (for example VSS, the Volume Shadow Copy service) is running or not, use this:

sc query vss ')}

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