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Stop services in Window CMD

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Updated: August 24, 2016

Overview

 There is sometimes a need to stop services in the Windows CMD such as the  Powershell Script. This article tells you how to perform this task. 

Environment

  • Windows
  • All versions of NCM
  • All versions of NPM
  • All versions of SAM

Steps

1. From the Windows CMD, type sc stop [service name]

SW services as of NPM 12

SolarWindsAlertingEngine
SolarWindsAlertingServiceV2
SWCollectorService
SWInfoServiceSvc
SWInfoServiceSvcV3
SWJobEngineSvc
SWJobEngineSvc2
SWJobSchedulerSvc
OrionModuleEngine
SolarWindsSyslogService
SolarWindsTrapService
SolarWindsSyslogService

 

 

 

Last modified
20:51, 23 Aug 2016

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