Shortcut to Windows Indexing Service?

Since I downloaded Windows Search 4.0, my application.filesearch in all my Microsoft Access databases doesn't work. Every day I have to go to Windows Indexing Service and stop indexing so I can work.

I want to keep Windows Search 4.0.

Can I create a shortcut to the Windows Indexing Service?
Annaliese DellSec-TreasAsked:
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Shortcut icon to doubleclick or this one?

How to access Indexing Service fast using Windows XP shortcut

Start > Run > ciadv.msc
Annaliese DellSec-TreasAuthor Commented:
That's very helpful thank you. I might have to use that if I can't create a shortcut icon. But I would really like an icon for speed if that's possible.
To create a shortcut on the desktop to doubleclick. I've tried it, the shortcut's default name (if you don't rename) is Console1.msc

Start > Run > type in


click File > Add/remove Snapin
click Add

Then Select Computer Management
Press Add
Select Local Computer
Click finish

then on the other window:
Navigate/highlight Indexing Service
On the menu click FileSave As
and save it to your desktop ready to doubleclick when you need it.

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Annaliese DellSec-TreasAuthor Commented:
Thanks for clearing that up, younghv and I'm glad the points went where they're supposed to go. From now on, I'll assign them to the first correct suggestion. I was unaware of the rules regarding that.
Glad to know it's been resolved.
Thank you for using Experts-Exchange!

younghv, thanks! :)
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