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Srv.sys should be set to start on demand

Posted on 2014-02-19
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I'm using Windows Server 2010 R2 Standard edition as DC and File server.

I have found one warning message (Srv.sys should be set to start on demand) from Best Practices Analyzer.

Please does anyone know how to fix it?
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Question by:Ekawit Ariyawutipun
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DamjanDemsar earned 500 total points
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a couple of ways to do it:

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In an Admin console window issue the following command :

sc config srv start=demand

or

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launch regedit

Locate the;  HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\srv registry key

Update;  REG_DWORD value from 2 to 3

Notice the REG_DWORD value on srv2 is set to 3. srv Should look the same.


or
3) start services.msc (using start-search box)
find service Server
right click on it, select strat type on demand
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by:Ekawit Ariyawutipun
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Many thnks
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