Using NET STOP and NET START commands to force IIS services to re-read the registry
As an alternative to stopping and starting those services using the Services applet in Control Panel, you can use the NET STOP and NET START commands.
Stopping IISADMIN and its dependent servicesTo stop all IIS-related services, type NET STOP IISADMIN /Y at a command prompt. This will stop the IIS Admin Service and all dependent services. Below is an example of the output you will see after issuing this command (the dependent services listed on your computer may vary):
The following services are dependent on the IIS Admin Service service.Stopping the IIS Admin Service service will also stop these services. FTP Publishing Service Microsoft NNTP Service Microsoft SMTP Service World Wide Web Publishing Service
Starting the IIS-related servicesUse the NET START command to restart the IIS-related services you use. For example, to restart the World Wide Web service, type NET START W3SVC.
Determining service namesTo determine the service names, start Registry Editor (type Regedit.exe or Regedt32.exe) and go to the following registry key:
NOTE: For each service, there is also a DisplayName value, which is the name listed in the Services applet in Control Panel and in the messages displayed after the NET STOP and NET START commands are run. However, these Display Names cannot be used as a parameter with the NET STOP and NET START commands.
Common IIS-related services
|Service Name||Display Name|
|Iisadmin||IIS Admin Service|
|Msftpsvc||FTP Publishing Service|
|Nntpsvc||Microsoft NNTP Service|
|Smtpsvc||Microsoft SMTP Service|
|W3svc||World Wide Web Publishing Service|
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Artikelnummer: 236166 – Letzte Überarbeitung: 07/03/2008 17:37:50 – Revision: 5.1
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