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How to set the polling interval (Service Manager)

SQL Server 2000

How to set the polling interval (Service Manager)

To set the polling interval

  1. Start SQL Server Service Manager, if it is not already running.

  2. In the Microsoft® Windows® taskbar, right-click SQL Server Service Manager, and then click Options.

  3. In the Polling interval (seconds) box, enter a polling interval.

    The polling interval determines how often SQL Server Service Manager checks the state of Microsoft SQL Server™, SQL Server Agent, and Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator (MS DTC).

  4. Optionally, select the Verify service control action check box if you want SQL Server Service Manager to provide a confirmation box before stopping, pausing, starting, or continuing a service, including dependent services such as SQL Server Agent.

See Also

How to set the polling interval (Enterprise Manager)

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