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pserv.cpl is a Windows NT/2000 Control Panel Applet that * Allows you to control all NT services and devices * Allows you to uninstall applications (new in 2.6) * Allows you to (at least partially) replace eventviewer (new in 2.4) * Allows you to (at least partially) replace task manager (new in 2.4) * Allows you to connect to remote machines * Has many features your Windows 2000 MMC doesn\'t offer you * IT IS FAST. XML Templates Starting with 2.2, pserv.cpl has a nice feature that lets you import pserv.xml files and compare them with the current set of services running. A simple example: You install Windows XP and then manually disable all those \"trustworthy\" services with funny names like \"Background Intelligent Transfer Service\" or \"Automatic Updates\" and other nmap material. HOWEVER, next time you do windows update, there they are up again. Yikes. But, now you can fight back: disable all services you don\'t want to have, and save your settings as XML file (menu TemplatesExport as XML). Then, when you want to get your settings back, choose TemplatesApply XML template. A dialog will show all changes suggested to your current service configuration.
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