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How to write a simple batch file to start Windows Search service and set it to automatic (delayed start)?

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Hello there,

How to write a simple batch file to start Windows Search service and set it to automatic (delayed start)?

I am needing to start Windows Desktop Service.

Please advise.

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This should do it

sc config WSearch start= delayed-auto
sc start WSearch

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Thank you. Save this as a bat file and run this.
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