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Starting/Stopping a service on another machine remotely from VB.NET

Posted on 2006-06-29
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Can I start and stop services to another machine via VB or VB.NET code?  I have seen some code that allows me to start and stop a service on the same machine.  I did not see any parameter for machine name. If possible any sample code would be appreciated...Thanks

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It's actually pretty straight forward...

' add a reference to System.ServiceProcess.dll
Imports System.ServiceProcess

        Dim sc As ServiceController
        sc = New ServiceController("TermService", PC)
        sc.Start()
        sc.WaitForStatus(ServiceControllerStatus.Running)

and

        sc = New ServiceController("TermService", PC)
        sc.Stop()
        sc.WaitForStatus(ServiceControllerStatus.Stopped)
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Thanks, that worked perfectly!!
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