In process-explorer the mouse-over shows all the properties of a running service.

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Which commandline command outputs all this information?

  • Retrieving all properties is kind of pointless. The tooltip only contains the command line anyway. If possible you should name the properties you actually need. – Daniel B Jun 14 '18 at 11:02

You can make use of WMIC command to get this information.

Use wmic process on command prompt to get details of all processes running at your system. This also includes command line details of process. You can redirect output to file or can filter output by process name or id. More details can be found here.

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