Starting and stopping
On the command line (cmd.exe)
A Windows service can be started and stopped on the command line (if it is not disabled):
Opening the services panel
Type services.msc in the Start-->run box.
There are at least three ways to determine what services are: the registry,sc and services.msc. available.
Using the registry
The installed services can be found in the registry under
It's also possible to list the services with the command line utility
C:\> sc query state= all | findstr SERVICE_NAME
Note: the space after
state=is important. If omitted, sc tries to find a service named
state=allwhich will, most probably, not exist.
state= allis omitted altogether, only running services will be returned.
services.mscinto Run->Start, or into a cmd console, opens the Service panel which displays all installed services on the system.
Deleting a service
A service can either be deleted by removing all entries belonging to a service from the registry (see above). Or by using
C:\> sc delete service-name
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