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Net stop command to stop network services?

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I have a question related to an earlier question below.


http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qManageQuestion.jsp?ta=winnt&qid=20325048


I have created a batch file to stop Norton Antivirus services before a backup job runs using NET STOP and a post backup batch file runs using NET START  to restart Norton.

My concern is being naked of virus protection during the 3 to 4 hour backup.

Is there a particular service(s) I can STOP that will prevent any network traffic from accessing the server during the backup.

Or other ideas???

Again 300 virtual clams for a speedy answer
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by:dlb6597
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you can stop the server service, BUT, I would test thoroughly before implementing that change.  The backup might possible rely on the server service.  Clients would not be able to access the server etc.  
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by:jkr
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>>that will prevent any network traffic from accessing the server

You could - apart from stopping a service - use 'net share' to limit the number of 'allowed users' to 0 and set it to the appropriate value (or /unlimited) later again, e.g.

net share HOMEDIRS /users:0

#Do backup

net share HOMEDIRS /users /unlimited
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I have deleted the 2 duplicate questions

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To disallow new connections (except for admins):

net pause netlogon

To disconnect active sessions:

net session /delete

To allow new connections again:

net continue netlogon
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by:wbaker57
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to schmiegu,

This sounds like what I'm looking for. I will be testing today and will repond afterwards.

Thanks
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by:wbaker57
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to all,

thanks so far but I have to leave town - returning 8/1

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by:wbaker57
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Thanks, but in the interim the server was replaced becuase of disk controller issues. but I'm awarding points as promised for the quick repsonses. Yours seemed most relevant though I never had to impliment it.

Thanks again....
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