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I have several programs that are installed as a service.

By default, after installation, the service runs as Local System Account.

I can change it through services.msc, service properties to the desired account. Is there a way to do the above using a script ?

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Found the solution, hope it will hope others. From command line: sc \\server config ServiceName obj= Domain\user password= pass – Ofiris Aug 28 '12 at 20:24
Please post your solution as an answer, so that you can accept it and close the question. – user3463 Aug 29 '12 at 3:53
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sc \\server config ServiceName obj= Domain\user password= pass

hope it helps.

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