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Class for Enumerating NT Services

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7 Dec 1999
A Class for enumerating NT services and drivers
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  • The purpose of this class is to enumerate NT services on a local machine. You can specify the following criteria for service enumeration:

    • Do you want to enumerate NT services or NT drivers.
    • Do you want to enumerate active or inactive services and or drivers.
    Since the criteria is a bit OR combination, you can specify none, one of criterias or all of them. In any case, you will receive a list of NT services that fullfil the specified criteria.

    The class is designed to work with STL classes. In fact, there are 2 EnumServices functions. One that returns a pointer to a list of objects (in this case caller is responsible to delete this pointer using delete []) and another that returns an STL list containing service objects.

    Sample using STL list

    TNtServiceInfoList srvList;
    TNtServiceInfo::EnumServices(SERVICE_WIN32, SERVICE_ACTIVE, &srvList);
    TNtServiceInfoList::iterator it;
    for (it = srvList.begin(); it != srvList.end(); it ++) 
    {
       TNtServiceInfo *pInfo = &(*it);
       // Do something
    }

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    Zoran M. Todorovic
    Web Developer SCA d.o.o.
    Serbia Serbia
    I am a cofounder of SCA Software, company that specializes in software for process control, visualization and communication. Programming for the last 10 years in C++, Delphi. Visual C++ for the last 6 years. Degree in Electronics Engineering and Telecommunications.

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