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I have a service that i have to restart quite often to get one of the apps working.

My batch script currently is

@echo off
net stop MySvc
net start MySvc

the problem is that the "net stop MySvc" sometimes asks for a Yes/No response as it has some dependency
So, i wanted to ask if there was a way to automate the 'Y' response in that batch script ..

Please let me know

Thanks,
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Put a /y at the end of the net stop command
IE: net stop iisadmin /y

Enjoy
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Thanks Bazmic ... luv it :)

p.s. dlangr, thanks for the suggestion, i will look into that as well.
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