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How do I get Windows Sharepoint services event 1000 to stop?

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I stopped the MSSQL$Sharepoint service.  Now there is an event viewer error that keeps coming up.  How do I get that to stop?  I don't want sharepoint running on my 2003 SBS server.  Please help.  Sharepoint Services 2.0.

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Hi EmbraceNext, The reason these errors are being logged is because the Sharepoint websites are still running, even though their database instance is stopped. If you open up Internet Information Services manager from administrative tools, and stop the following websites:
Sharepoint Central Administration
Microsoft Sharepoint Administration
CompanyWeb
You should stop seeing these errors - you'll also loose access to the CompanyWeb site (this is a sharepoint site), which is probably set as the homepage for your client PCs.
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That worked!  Awesome, thank you.
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