Using the services snapip to change the service state

  1. Open the Services-snapin by pressing the Start-button and Run... this command:

    Services.msc



  2. Double click the service you want to change (Here Messenger)



  3. In the Startup Type-dropdown select the desired state
  4. If setting the service to Disabled or Manual, then press the Stop-button to deactivate the service.
  5. If setting the service to Automatic, then press the Start-button to activate the service.
  6. Press the Ok-button

Updated: 22 December 2008

Comments:

  1. parkd1 says:

    II get this message when I click on any services. service dependencies interface: class not registered. How do I fix this? Thanks.

  2. snakefoot says:

    parkd1
    II get this message when I click on any services. service dependencies interface: class not registered. How do I fix this? Thanks.

    Repair Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)

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