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Nagios client service hanging on Stopping.

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We have a Windows 2003 server that we had a problem with the nagios client checking in with the Nagios server. We did a restart on the service & it has been hanging on "Stopping" for over a day.

At this point I cannot restart the server.

does anyone know of a way to get this NSClient service to start?

TIA.
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When installed under windows you should have a folder "nsclient++" somewhere. In there should be the nsclient++.exe which you use with the switch -stop (or -start).

Let's see if that helps.
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