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Shutting down services on nt..

Posted on 1998-04-09
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Hello people,

Can anyone give me a some code or a start to determine to correct order to shutdown services, like when you try to shutdown the workstation service form control panel and it says that it will shutdown computer browser etc.

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In NT under the

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINES\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\ServiceGroupOrder

key you find a binary key called list. Double click on it hard to read but there is the order of the services in order of loading to the system. The you open

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINES\System\CurrentControlSet\Services
to obtain detaile info on the services listed above

Regards,
Igor
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