I have a Windows 2008 r2 server that is a member server in a domain. For the last few months, when I restart it, it hangs and the shutdown process never completes until I manually shut it off and turn it back on.
Its a Dell R710 and runs fine.
I've also created a batch file that uses the net Use command to stop many of the services and quicken the restart process. it alo includes the restart command at the end which works well for me on other servers. I'm assuming there are a few services that are not shutting down and causing the problem.
What's the best way to identify them and correct this issue.
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