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With the Setspn tool that is included in the Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit, you cannot export Service Principal Names (SPNs) to a text file for troubleshooting purposes. Dsstore is another (command-line) tool from the Resource Kit that assists in managing Enterprise Public Key Integration and which therefore displays SPN information.
The following command line parameters specifically recall SPN information and parse it to a text file: