Permissions to IIS Console

I need to give permissions to a security group to JUST be able stop/start the website, nothing else
How can I achieve that ?

Thank you
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Does the user/group have rights to access the system on which IIS runs, or are you looking to grant remote access to services.msc?

Presumably the reason you need is there are issues with IIS requiring a reset/restart to clear an issue.
IMHO, resolve the reason the issue arises.
btanExec ConsultantCommented:
Either GPO or Security tmpl or tool like Subinacl.exe
see -

But preference is on the tool specifically. E.g. for user (Billy) on the computer (PC1) to have permission for start/stop ("PTO") the World Wide Web Publishing Service (aka w3svc), the following command from an admin account can issue something like subinacl.exe /service w3svc /grant=PC1\Billy=PTO

For the "PTO" The permissions you can grant are defined as follows (list taken from prev kb link):
F : Full Control
R : Generic Read
W : Generic Write
X : Generic eXecute
L : Read controL
Q : Query Service Configuration
S : Query Service Status
E : Enumerate Dependent Services
C : Service Change Configuration
T : Start Service
O : Stop Service
P : Pause/Continue Service
I : Interrogate Service
U : Service User-Defined Control Commands
Good to drill specific also into IIS itself in areas of the below which you may already know too..
-Allow an IIS Manager User Account to Connect to a Site or an Application
-Allow a Windows User or Windows Group to Connect to a Site or an Application
-Remove a User Account from a Site or an Application
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
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