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Monday, April 27, 2009

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Windows tip: How to Restart Service on the Remote Computer

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If it ever happens to you that you have to restart some service (messenger service, some Window application, add something completely different) on the computer that is not near you, then you know in what problem it can grow. If someone work on the requested remote computer, then it is bearable for you can explain the user how to do required operation, but if no one works on such a computer, then problems arise. Because of this we present you a little trick. Namely, it is enough to open Service on your computer (Start - Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Services) and from menu Action select Connect to Another Computer and you get the window like on the picture.

You can connect on the computer using name or IP address. When this is written in, services of that computer are automatically open, and you can work with the services of that computer as if you were physically sitting next to it. Same thing can be applied to Terminal Service Manager and similar.

It should be mentioned that in order to connect to remote computer, you have to be on the host computer and on the remote computer connected as Administrator.

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