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Stopping a service on a remote computer

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Is it possible to stop services on a win2k workstation from a win2k server (or some sort of global policy).

Specifically the alerter and messanger service to stop workers sending annoying pop up messages round the office.

Thanks,

Stewart.
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Right click on My Computer, choose manage, In the comp. managment screen, click action, click select another computer.

In the 2k resource kit there are tools to do it command line...

Good Luck !
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thanks that was exactly what i wanted to do
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thanks, thats exactly what i wanted to do.
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