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Start a XP-NT service from a Win98 PC on a network

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how to start a service of a pc running XP from a win98 pc on a network
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I don't believe you can
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Why do you need to do this anyway?
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A service need to be stopped on a server before starting a new synchronisation database job from a windows 98 pc. It's possible from a NT or XP pc on the lan.

Thank you anyway.
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I think you need set of commands that I don't think are available in Win98
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