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How Can the Execution Server (Process) be stopped via the command Line?

How Can the Execution Server (Process) be stopped via the command Line?

Problem:

How Can the Execution Server (Process) be stopped via the command Line?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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How Can the Execution Server (Process) be stopped via the command Line?

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If you are using Windows XP, then you could use the following command:

tskill java_execserver


If you are using Windows 2000, then you could use the following command:

process -k java_execserver.exe


To ensure that the service is restarted when you restart your machine, please make sure that you have selected for the process to be started at runtime via the SilkCentral Service Manager.


Old KB# 24608

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