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How to: Stop an Instance of Notification Services (SQL Server Management Studio)

SQL Server 2005

Updated: 14 April 2006

Each instance of Notification Services has an engine on each server that runs a hosted event provider, generator, or distributor. Typically, the NS$instanceName Microsoft Windows service runs the Notification Services engine. You can stop all Windows services associated with an instance of Notification Services by using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio.

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This procedure does not apply to clusters. On a cluster, you must use Cluster Administrator to stop the Generic Service that is configured to run the instance's Windows service.

  1. In Object Explorer, expand the Notification Services node.

  2. Right-click the instance of Notification Services that you want to stop and then select Stop.

    Notification Services attempts to connect to each server that runs the NS$instanceName Windows service and then stop the service. A dialog box displays the status for each service.

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