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Setting services to startup in a certain order

Posted on 2004-07-30
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Is there a way to configure my Windows 2000 server to startup services in a certain order?  My SQL server manager needs to start before some other services, and I was wondering if I could "move it up" in the service starting order.

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in services.msc
right click your service -> properties ->dependencies -> and add your services
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or write a batch file like this:

net start sqlservicename
sleep 5
net start...

Note: Copy this file into startup, but set this services to automatic

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Thanks!
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your welcome!!!
this is my job
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have fun!!!
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