unisrvcntr command availability for Windows

Document ID : KB000072522
Last Modified Date : 02/03/2018
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There is a command called unisrvcntr status on Linux all that displays all the running components example: CA Services Status Report Component Name Pid Status ------------------------------------ ------- -------------- CA-diadna Server 27820 running CA-CCI Server 27931 running CA-CCI Remote Server 27934 running CA-CCI Clean Up 27932 running CA-CCI Legacy Proxy 27933 running CA-WV Status Server 28270 running WAAE Agent (WA_AGENT) 3867 running WAAE Scheduler (TST) 4429 running WAAE Application Server (TST) 4864 running Is there a similar command we can run on the windows command prompt?
While there is no simlar command to unisrvcntr for Windows servers, one can use PowerShell to produce a listing of desired services via the PowerShell command Get-Service -name 'SERVICENAME'. Similarly, one could open the Services Manager via services.msc and investigate service availability there.