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Remove User alert from SharePoint 2010

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Hi,

Can any one help me that how to remove user alert from SharePoint 2010. I have created user alert for a site.. Now i want to remove them.. When delete alert from "Manage my alert" I can see there is no alert anymore. but still user receiving alert emails.

Can you please any one help me asap

Sudha
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try restarting the sharepoint services.
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How to do that? Please
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on the server that Sharepoint is running

If your not the admin then get the admin to restart the sharepoint services.

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Is there any other way to do it? Because we do many sites in the sharepoint. I am just managing few sites...
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need access to the server somehow

http://www.ehow.com/how_7176536_restart-sharepoint-service-tracing-service.html

or try this

@echo off
@echo Stopping services...
iisreset /stop /noforce
net stop "Windows SharePoint Services Timer"
net stop "Windows SharePoint Services Administration"
net stop "Office SharePoint Server Search"
net stop "Windows SharePoint Services Search"
net stop "Windows SharePoint Services Tracing"

@pause

@echo Starting services...
net start "Windows SharePoint Services Tracing"
net start "Windows SharePoint Services Search"
net start "Office SharePoint Server Search"
net start "Windows SharePoint Services Administration"
net start "Windows SharePoint Services Timer"

iisreset /start

@pause

If you need to do this remotely

download this tool

http://forum.sysinternals.com/psservice_topic5192.html

psservice can remotely restart services on any server

great tools to have.
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