The command: "NET HELP CONTINUE" is on Windows 11, 10, .. available
The `NET CONTINUE`
command is used in the Windows command line (`cmd`
) to resume an interrupted network service. Here are examples of how to use this command, along with detailed descriptions:
Example 1: Resume a specific network service
net continue "service name"
This command resumes a suspended network service with the specified service name. Replace "Service Name"
with the actual name of the service you want to continue.
Example 2: Resume all interrupted network services
This command will resume any interrupted network services. No specific service names are needed. All services that are in a suspended state will be restarted.
Example 3: View all interrupted network services before resuming
net break | find "Interrupted"
This command displays all interrupted network services by searching the output of `net pause`
for a suspended status. This allows you to preview services before resuming them.
Example 4: Resume a service on a remote computer
net continue "ServiceName" /server:RemoteComputer
Here the service with the specified name continues on a remote computer. Replace "ServiceName"
with the actual service name and "RemoteComputer"
with the name of the remote computer.
Example 5: Resume a service with elevated privileges
runas /user:Administrator "net continue 'service name'"
This example uses the `runas`
command to run `NET CONTINUE`
with elevated privileges. Replace "Administrator"
with a username with administrative privileges and "Service Name"
with the actual service name.
Example 6: Resume a service and log the output to a file
net continue "service name" > continuelog.txt
Here the output of the command is redirected to a text file named ContinuationProtocol.txt. This can be useful to record the success or failure of the resume operation.
Please note that the availability of certain options may vary depending on the version of Windows. You can use `NET CONTINUE /?`
in the command prompt to check the specific options and syntax details.