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How do I shut down NT an NT service

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How can I shut down an NT service.  
I can identify the services running on an NT box.  I need to shut one down - do a few things - And then bring it back up again.  I need some ideas how to shut it down and then bring it up in my code.
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See 'ControlService()'. Use 'SERVICE_CONTROL_STOP' to stop it and  'SERVICE_CONTROL_START' to restart it.
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jkr - Great answer! It works well

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