creating batch file using net stop and net start

I have 2 services which I had to disable from starting up during login time and now if any users need to have this program running they would have to go into services and start the 2 services manually themselves.  Is there a simple batch file that I could write so that the user could simply double click a file and this would invoke the services to start?  I don't want users going into services and making these changes, it's too complicated for most, I need to make it as simple as possible and an icon on their desktop would be the easiest solution.

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For future reference, batch scripting requests should go to Operating Systems -> MS-DOS for a quick response.

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@NET START servicename
@NET START otherservicename

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bbaracAuthor Commented:
ya I don't know why I even posted this question, had a solution two seconds later.

NET START "Error Reporting Service"
NET START "FTP Publishing Service"
NET START "Messenger"
By the way, there are no special DOS shorthands for service names.

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I suppose I should've reloaded the page.

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bbaracAuthor Commented:
i don't care about the points, it was explained well enough.

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