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Starting and Stopping a Service

SQL Server 2000

Starting an NS$instance_name service in Notification Services activates all enabled components of the service. This allows the enabled components to collect events, generate notifications, and distribute notifications.

Stopping a service stops the processing of the enabled components. Instead of stopping an entire service, you can also disable instances, components of instances, and applications. For more information, see Enabling and Disabling Service Components.

Starting an NS$instance_name Service

You can start an instance of Notification Services manually from a command prompt or from the Services application, whichever is more convenient.

To start a service from a command prompt

  • From a command prompt, type:
    net start NS$instance_name
    

To start a service from the Services application

  1. In Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools, and then double-click Services.
  2. Double-click the NS$instance_name service.
  3. Click Start.
Stopping an NS$instance_name Service

You can stop an instance of Notification Services manually from a command prompt or from the Services application, whichever is more convenient.

To stop a service from a command prompt

  • From a command prompt, type:
    net stop NS$instance_name
    

To stop a service from the Services application

  1. In Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools, and then double-click Services.
  2. Double-click the NS$instance_name service.
  3. Click Stop.

See Also
Enabling and Disabling Service Components

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