The command: "NET HELP SERVICES" is on Windows 11, 10, .. available
Of course! Here are the examples with a little more context:
To start the "Browser"
service, use the command:
NET START BROWSER
This command activates the Browser service on your Windows operating system. The "Browser"
service enables network discovery and sharing of resources on a local network.
If a service name consists of multiple words, you must enclose it in quotation marks. Here is an example of the "DHCP Client"
NET START "DHCP Client"
This command starts the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) client service. DHCP is responsible for automatically assigning IP addresses on a network.
More examples for starting different services:
NET START DHCP CLIENT
NET START EVENT LOG
NET START FILE REPLICATION
NET START NETLOGON
NET START PLUG AND PLAY
NET START REMOTE ACCESS CONNECTION MANAGER
NET START ROUTING AND REMOTE ACCESS
NET START RPCSS
NET START SCHEDULE
NET START SERVER
NET START SPOILERS
NET START TCP/IP NETBIOS HELPER
NET START UPS
NET START WORKSTATION
Each of these commands starts the respective service mentioned and thus enables certain functions or services on your system. These commands are useful when you need to manage services on a Windows operating system.
Here are more examples of using `NET START`
Example 4: View all started services on the computer
This command displays a list of all started services on the local computer.
Example 2: Starting a specific service
net start "service name"
Here the service with the name service name is started. Make sure you use the actual name of the service.
Example 5: Display information about a remote service
net start \\RemoteComputer
This command displays information about started services on a remote computer named "RemoteComputer"
Example 6: Display information about a specific service
net start | find service name
This will look for the service named "Service Name"
in the list of started services.
Example 7: Starting a service on a remote computer
net start "ServiceName" /s \\RemoteComputer
This command allows you to start a service named "service_name"
on a remote computer. Replace "RemoteComputer"
with the actual name of the remote computer.
Please note that the exact service names may vary depending on your system configuration. Use `NET START /?`
in the command prompt to check the specific options and syntax details for your version of Windows.
If you want to get information about specific services on the system, you can also use the `SC QUERY`
View information about a specific service
sc query "service name"
This command displays detailed information about a specific service. Replace "service name"
with the actual name of the service.