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NETSVC.exe (Resource Kit)

Posted On 2005-11-1 by FortyPoundHead
Keywords: Command Reference
Tags: Windows Commandline Windows
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NETSVC.exe (Resource Kit)



Command-line Service Controller. Start, Stop and Query services, but does not cover creating or deleting them. Although part of the Win 2K resource kit - this command runs fine under NT 4.





syntax

      NETSVC \\server command servicename 



key

   server      : The workstation or server where the service is running



   servicename : The Name of the service, unlike the SC command this will

                 accept either the DisplayName or the service name



   commands:



        /list     Lists installed services. Omit servicename with this command. 

        /query    Query the status of a service. 

        /start    Start the specified service. 

        /stop     Stop the specified service. 

        /pause    Pause the specified service. 

        /continue Restart a paused service. 



Arguments can be specified in any order:



NETSVC /query \\Server299 "DHCP Client"



NETSVC "DHCP Client" \\Server299 /query






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