When you are working with Microsoft-based systems, there may be times where you need to interact with Windows services. PowerShell offers a variety of cmdlets that enable you to work with these services. To start, you can review the services on a system by leveraging the
get-service cmdlet. By calling the
get-service cmdlet, you can retrieve the full list of services on a system. If you want to obtain a filtered view into a specific service, you can leverage the
–Name parameter, referencing a specific name of a service. After executing this command, you will see
DisplayName of the service. You may also issue the
–RequiredServices parameter to display the services that are required to be running, for ...