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    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10

    How to Start, Stop, Restart, Enable, and Disable Services in Windows 10
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    11 Apr 2020
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    How to Start, Stop, Restart, Enable, and Disable Services in Windows 10


    A service is an application type that runs in the system background without a user interface and is similar to a UNIX daemon process. Services provide core operating system features, such as Web serving, event logging, file serving, printing, cryptography, and error reporting.

    This tutorial will show you how to start, stop, restart, enable, and disable services in Windows 10.

    You must be signed in as an administrator to be able to do the steps in this tutorial.


    • If you stop, start, or restart a service, any dependent services are also affected. Starting a service does not automatically restart its dependent services.
    • Changing the default service settings may prevent key services from running correctly. It is especially important to use caution when changing the Startup type setting of services that are configured to start automatically.
    • Some services, such as Remote Procedure Call (RPC), Event Log, and Plug and Play, cannot be stopped by using the Services snap-in window or the net stop command. These services are required for the operating system to function properly.

    It is highly recommended that you create a restore point before making changes to the services. This way if you make a mistake that cripples your computer, you will be able to do a System Restore using the restore point to undo the changes.

    If you disabled the wrong service and lost access to the computer, then try booting into Safe Mode to change the service back.


    Black Viper’s Windows 10 Service Configurations



    Contents

    • Option One: To Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Services Window
    • Option Two: To Start and Stop Services using net Command
    • Option Three: To Start, Stop, and Disable Services using Sc Command
    • Option Four: To Start, Stop, and Restart Services in Task Manager
    • Option Five: To Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Registry Editor
    • Option Six: To Check Status of Services in PowerShell
    • Option Seven: To Start, Stop, Restart, Disable, and Enable Services in PowerShell






    OPTION ONE

    To Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Services Window


    1 Do step 2 or step 3 below for how you would like to open the Services snap-in window.

    2 Press the Win + R keys to open the Run dialog, type services.msc into Run, press Enter, and go to step 4 below.

    3 Open the Control Panel (icons view), click/tap on the Administrative Tools icon, double click/tap on Services shortcut, close Administrative Tools, and go to step 4 below.

    4 Do step 5 (stop), step 6 (enable/start), or step 7 (disable) below for what you would like to do. (see screenshots below)

    Note   Note
    "Startup Type" for Service
    • Automatic - With a service in this state, it will start at boot time. Some services, when no longer required, will also automatically stop when not needed. If you find you do not need a service, place it into Manual or Disabled.
    • Automatic (Delayed Start) - With a service in this state, it will start just after boot time. Some services, when no longer required, will also automatically stop when not needed. If you find you do not need a service, place it into Manual or Disabled.
    • Automatic (Delayed Start, Trigger Start) - With a service in this state, it will start just after boot when specifically called.
    • Manual (Trigger Start) - This is a version of Manual mode that allows Windows to start a service when specifically called and Microsoft’s answer to “too many services running all the time”.
    • Manual - Manual mode allows Windows to start a service when needed. However, very few services will start up when required in Manual mode. If you find you need a service, place it into Automatic.
    • Disabled - This setting will stop a service from starting, even if needed. Errors in the Event Viewer will show up complaining of that fact. Some services, while Disabled, will constantly complain. However, this situation is taken care of if placed in Manual. The service descriptions identifies those that should be in Manual vice Disabled.

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     5. To Stop a Service

    A) Double click/tap on a service with a status of running that you want to stop. (see screenshot below step 4)

    B) Click/tap on the Stop button, wait until the service status shows as stopped, and go to step 8 below. (see left screenshot below step 8)

     6. To Enable/Start a Service

    A) Double click/tap on a service with no status that you want to start. (see screenshot below step 4)

    B) If the Startup type of the service is set to Disabled, then you will need to change it to either Manual, Automatic, or Automatic (Delayed Start) first, and click/tap on Apply. (see right screenshot below step 8)

    C) Click/tap on the Start button, and wait until the service status shows as running, and go to step 8 below. (see left screenshot below step 8)

     7. To Disable a Service

    A) Double click/tap on a service with that you want to disable. (see screenshot below step 4)

    B) If the service shows a status of running, then click/tap on the Stop button, and wait until the service status shows as stopped. (see left screenshot below step 8)

    C) Change the Startup type to Disabled, and go to step 8 below. (see right screenshot below step 8)

    8 When finished, click/tap on OK, and close the Services window. (see screenshots below)

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-services-6.png






    OPTION TWO

    To Start and Stop Services using net Command


    1 Open an elevated command prompt, and do step 2 (stop) or step 3 (start) below for what you would like to do.


     2. To Stop a Service using "Net Stop" Command in Command Prompt

    A) Type either command below into the elevated command prompt, press Enter, and go to step 4 below. (see screenshots below)

    The Display name of a service is the name displayed in the Services snap-in window, and in the service's properties.


    net stop "service name"

    OR

    net stop "display name of service"

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-service-display_name.png

    For example:

    If I wanted to stop the HomeGroup Listener (display name) or HomeGroupListener (service name) service, I would type either command below exactly in the command prompt, and press Enter.

    net stop "HomeGroup Listener"

    OR

    net stop "HomeGroupListener"

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-net_stop.png

     3. To Start a Service using "Net Start" Command in Command Prompt

    A) Type either command below into the elevated command prompt, press Enter, and go to step 4 below. (see screenshot below)

    The Display name of a service is the name displayed in the Services snap-in window, and in the service's properties.


    net start "service name"

    OR

    net start "display name of service"

    For example:

    If I wanted to start the HomeGroup Listener (display name) or HomeGroupListener (service name) service, I would type either command below exactly in the command prompt, and press Enter.

    net start "HomeGroup Listener"

    OR

    net start "HomeGroupListener"

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-net_start.png

    4 When finished, you can close the elevated command prompt.






    OPTION THREE

    To Start, Stop, and Disable Services using Sc Command


    1 Open an elevated command prompt, and do step 2 (stop), step 3 (disable), step 4 (enable), or step 5 (start) below for what you would like to do.


     2. To Stop a Service using "Sc Stop" Command in Command Prompt

    A) Type the command below into the elevated command prompt, press Enter, and go to step 6 below.

    The Service name of a service is displayed in the service's properties.

    sc stop "service name"

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-service_name.png

    For example:

    If I wanted to stop the HomeGroup Listener service, I would type the command below using the HomeGroupListener (service name) exactly in the command prompt, and press Enter.

    sc stop "HomeGroupListener"

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-sc_stop.png


     3. To Disable a Service using "Sc Config" Command in Command Prompt

    A) Do step 2 above to stop the service, and return to continue with step 3B below.

    B) Type the command below into the elevated command prompt, press Enter, and go to step 6 below.

    The Service name of a service is displayed in the service's properties.

    sc config "service name" start=disabled

    For example:

    If I wanted to disable the HomeGroup Listener service, I would type the command below using the HomeGroupListener (service name) exactly in the command prompt, and press Enter.

    sc config "HomeGroupListener" start=disabled

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-sc_config-1.png


     4. To Enable a Service using "Sc Config" Commands

    A) If the Startup type of the service is set to Disabled, then in the elevated command prompt, type the command below using the startup type you want to set instead, and press Enter.

    Note   Note
    The Service name of a service is displayed in the service's properties.

    "Startup Type" for Service
    • Manual (demand) - Manual mode allows Windows to start a service when needed. However, very few services will start up when required in Manual mode. If you find you need a service, place it into Automatic.
    • Automatic (auto) - With a service in this state, it will start at boot time. Some services, when no longer required, will also automatically stop when not needed. If you find you do not need a service, place it into Manual or Disabled.
    • Automatic (Delayed Start) (delayed-auto) - With a service in this state, it will start just after boot time. Some services, when no longer required, will also automatically stop when not needed. If you find you do not need a service, place it into Manual or Disabled.


    sc config "service name" start=demand

    OR

    sc config "service name" start=auto

    OR

    sc config "service name" start=delayed-auto

    For example:

    If I wanted to set the startup type for the HomeGroup Listener service to Manual, I would type the command below using the HomeGroupListener (service name) exactly in the command prompt, and press Enter.

    sc config "HomeGroupListener" start=demand

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-sc_config-2.png

    B) If you would like to start the service, then go to step 5 below. Other wise go to step 6 below.


     5. To Start a Service using "Sc Start" Command

    A) If not already, you will need to enable the service using step 4 above first.

    B) Type the command below into the elevated command prompt, press Enter, and go to step 6 below.

    sc start "service name"

    For example:

    If I wanted to start the HomeGroup Listener service, I would type the command below using the HomeGroupListener (service name) exactly in the command prompt, and press Enter.

    sc start "HomeGroupListener"

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-sc_start.png


    6 When finished, you can close the elevated command prompt.






    OPTION FOUR

    To Start, Stop, and Restart Services in Task Manager


    1 Open Task Manager, and click/tap on the Services tab. (see screenshot below)

    2 Do step 3, step 4, or step 5 below for what you would like to do.


     3. To Start a Service

    A) Right click or press and hold on a service (ex: HomeGroupListener), click/tap on Start, and go to step 6 below.

     4. To Stop a Service

    A) Right click or press and hold on a service (ex: HomeGroupListener), click/tap on Stop, and go to step 6 below.

     5. To Restart a Service

    You will not be able to restart a service if it is stopped. The service's status needs to show as "running" (start) before you will be able to restart it.


    A) Right click or press and hold on a service (ex: HomeGroupListener), click/tap on Restart, and go to step 6 below.

    6 When finished, you can close Task Manager if you like.

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-task_manager_services.png






    OPTION FIVE

    To Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Registry Editor


    1 First, open services.msc and double click/tap on the service to see what the "Service name" is for the service. This will be the Service name you will need to use for the registry key in step 4 below.

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-service_name.png

    2 Press the Win + R keys to open the Run dialog, type regedit into Run, and click/tap on OK to open Registry Editor.

    3 If prompted by UAC, then click/tap on Yes.

    4 In Registry Editor, go to the location below: (see screenshot below)

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Service name

    Substitute Service name in the location above with the actual service name from step 1 above.

    For example: The "Service name" for the HomeGroup Listener service is HomeGroupListener, so I would go to this location in the registry.

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\HomeGroupListener

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-service_registry-1.png

    5 In the left pane of the Service name (ex: HomeGroupListener), double click on the Start DWORD to modify it. (see screenshot below)

    6 Type in a data value from the table below for Start for what you would like, then click/tap on OK. (see screenshot below)

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-service_registry-2.png

    Startup Type DWORD "Data" Value
    Automatic (Delayed Start) DelayedAutostart = 1

    Start = 2
    Automatic DelayedAutostart = 0

    Start = 2
    Manual DelayedAutostart = 0

    Start = 3
    Disabled DelayedAutostart = 0

    Start = 4

    7 If needed, double click/tap on the DelayedAutostart DWORD to modify it's data value (0 or 1) to what's in the table above for what you want it set as, and click/tap on OK. (see screenshot below)

    If the DelayedAutostart DWORD is not there, then you can right click on an empty area in the right pane, click on New and DWORD (32-bit) Value, type DelayedAutostart, and press Enter to add it. If DelayedAutostart is not there, then it will be the same as it being set to 0 (zero).

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-service_registry-3.png

    8 When finished, close Registry Editor, and restart the computer to apply.






    OPTION SIX

    To Check Status of Services in PowerShell


    To see more usage options for the Get-Service command, see: Get-Service - Microsoft Developer Network


    1 Open PowerShell.

    2 Do step 3 (specific service) or step 4 (all services) below for what you would like to do.


     3. To Check Status of a Specific Service

    A) Type the command below you want to use into PowerShell, press Enter, and go to step 5. (see screenshot below)

    Get-Service -Name "Service name" | Format-Table -Auto

    OR

    Get-Service -DisplayName "Display name" | Format-Table -Auto

    For example:

    If I wanted to check the current status of the HomeGroup Listener (Display name) or HomeGroupListener (Service name) service, I would type either command below exactly in the command prompt, and press Enter.

    Get-Service -Name "HomeGroupListener" | Format-Table -Auto

    OR

    Get-Service -DisplayName "HomeGroup Listener" | Format-Table -Auto

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-get_status_of_service_in_powershell.png


     4. To Check Status of All Services

    A) Type the command below into PowerShell, press Enter, and go to step 5. (see screenshot below)

    Get-Service | Format-Table -Auto

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-get_status_of_all_services_in_powershell.png

    5 When finished, you can close PowerShell if you like.






    OPTION SEVEN

    To Start, Stop, Restart, Disable, and Enable Services in PowerShell


    1 Open an elevated PowerShell.

    2 Do step 3 (start), step 4 (stop), step 4 (restart), step 6 (disable), or step 7 (enable) below for what you would like to do.


     3. To Start a Service

    To see more usage options for the Set-Service command, see: Set-Service - Microsoft Developer Network

    To see more usage options for the Start-Service command, see: Start-Service - Microsoft Developer Network


    A) Type the command below you want to use into PowerShell, press Enter, and go to step 8. (see screenshot below)

    Set-Service -Name "Service name" -Status Running

    Set-Service -DisplayName "Display name" -Status Running

    OR

    Start-Service -Name "Service name"

    Start-Service -DisplayName "Display name"

    For example:

    If I wanted to start the HomeGroup Listener (Display name) or HomeGroupListener (Service name) service, I would type either command below exactly in the command prompt, and press Enter.

    Set-Service -Name "HomeGroupListener" -Status Running

    Set-Service -DisplayName "HomeGroup Listener" -Status Running

    OR

    Start-Service -Name "HomeGroupListener"

    Start-Service -DisplayName "HomeGroup Listener"

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-start_service_in_powershell.png Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-start_service2_in_powershell.png


     4. To Stop a Service

    To see more usage options for the Set-Service command, see: Set-Service - Microsoft Developer Network

    To see more usage options for the Stop-Service command, see: Stop-Service - Microsoft Developer Network


    A) Type the command below you want to use into PowerShell, press Enter, and go to step 8. (see screenshot below)

    Set-Service -Name "Service name" -Status Stopped

    Set-Service -DisplayName "Display name" -Status Stopped

    OR

    Stop-Service -Force -Name "Service name"

    Stop-Service -Force -DisplayName "Display name"

    For example:

    If I wanted to stop the HomeGroup Listener (Display name) or HomeGroupListener (Service name) service, I would type either command below exactly in the command prompt, and press Enter.

    Set-Service -Name "HomeGroupListener" -Status Stopped

    Set-Service -DisplayName "HomeGroup Listener" -Status Stopped

    OR

    Stop-Service -Force -Name "HomeGroupListener"

    Stop-Service -Force -DisplayName "HomeGroup Listener"

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-stop_service_in_powershell.png Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-stop_service2_in_powershell.png


     5. To Restart a Service

    To see more usage options for the Restart-Service command, see: Restart-Service - Microsoft Developer Network


    A) Type the command below you want to use into PowerShell, press Enter, and go to step 8. (see screenshot below)

    Restart-Service -Force -Name "Service name"

    OR

    Restart-Service -Force -DisplayName "Display name"

    For example:

    If I wanted to restart the HomeGroup Listener (Display name) or HomeGroupListener (Service name) service, I would type either command below exactly in the command prompt, and press Enter.

    Restart-Service -Force -Name "HomeGroupListener"

    OR

    Restart-Service -Force -DisplayName "HomeGroup Listener"

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-restart_service_in_powershell.png


     6. To Stop and Disable a Service

    To see more usage options for the Set-Service command, see: Set-Service - Microsoft Developer Network


    A) Type the command below you want to use into PowerShell, press Enter, and go to step 8. (see screenshot below)

    Set-Service -Name "Service name" -StartupType Disabled -Status Stopped

    OR

    Set-Service -DisplayName "Display name" -StartupType Disabled -Status Stopped

    For example:

    If I wanted to stop and disable the HomeGroup Listener (Display name) or HomeGroupListener (Service name) service, I would type either command below exactly in the command prompt, and press Enter.

    Set-Service -Name "HomeGroupListener" -StartupType Disabled -Status Stopped

    OR

    Set-Service -DisplayName "HomeGroup Listener" -StartupType Disabled -Status Stopped

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-disable_service_in_powershell.png


     7. To Enable a Service

    To see more usage options for the Set-Service command, see: Set-Service - Microsoft Developer Network


    A) Type the command below you want to use into PowerShell, press Enter, and go to step 8. (see screenshot below)

    Set-Service -Name "Service name" -StartupType Manual

    Set-Service -DisplayName "Display name" -StartupType Manual

    OR

    Set-Service -Name "Service name" -StartupType Automatic

    Set-Service -DisplayName "Display name" -StartupType Automatic

    Note   Note
    "Startup Type" for Service
    • Manual - Manual mode allows Windows to start a service when needed. However, very few services will start up when required in Manual mode. If you find you need a service, place it into Automatic.
    • Automatic - With a service in this state, it will start at boot time. Some services, when no longer required, will also automatically stop when not needed. If you find you do not need a service, place it into Manual or Disabled.

    For example:

    If I wanted to enable the HomeGroup Listener (Display name) or HomeGroupListener (Service name) service, I would type either command below exactly in the command prompt, and press Enter.

    Set-Service -Name "HomeGroupListener" -StartupType Manual

    Set-Service -DisplayName "HomeGroup Listener" -StartupType Manual

    OR

    Set-Service -Name "HomeGroupListener" -StartupType Automatic

    Set-Service -DisplayName "HomeGroup Listener" -StartupType Automatic

    Start, Stop, and Disable Services in Windows 10-set_service_startup_type_in_powershell.png


    8 When finished, you can close PowerShell if you like.


    That's it,
    Shawn




  1. Posts : 120
    Windows 10 (duh)
       #1

    Windows 10 is more robust, it won't allow you to disable critical services, no matter the method.
    Attached a batch file to reset all services (and optionally device drivers) to defaults.
    So you can mess with the services without worries, since you can quickly start fresh again.

    10services_default.bat
    Last edited by Brink; 06 Aug 2015 at 13:32. Reason: attached your uploaaded BAT file
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  2. Posts : 1
    windows 10
       #2

    Hi Shawn,
    I thank you for the tutorial on services in Windows 10
    I have a question for you
    I have developed a service,
    but I want my service to start first, my application works as follows:
    my service locks the Windows session and only when I connect my USB memory then starts the user session windows
    I tried to start my service to start adding the shortcut in the "Startup" folder but I can not get my service run first, many services starting before my service, such as antivirus starts first, also start the driver first printer, etc ..
    thanks for the help

    jlopez
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  3. Cliff S's Avatar
    Posts : 24,302
    Win10 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Win10 Pro Insider Fast Ring, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #3

    How to delete 3rd party services


    I thought this might help others that were in the same boat as I was yesterday:

    Background:

    I uninstalled Intel XTU(Extreme Tuning Utility yesterday, as I do all my overclocking from UEFI/BIOS like @essenbe & @Dude told me to do, and seeing my MSI motherboard comes with Command Center which also communicates with the BIOS and does basically the same thing in changing OC settings, I didn't need XTU. I found having both programs were causing some issues with QueryPerformance to GetTickCount ratio(can cause micro stuttering as it has to do with the different timers Windows & BIOS use; i.e. HPET).


    What I did:
    So I uninstalled it, rebooted, and found a lot of leftovers, including a file that I could not delete called IOCBIOS2.sys, as it kept saying it was open/running somewhere else. I searched my system, and looked at all kinds of folder and file properties, but couldn't find anything.

    Then I thought to check Services, and BINGO found it( a service that was still running called IOCBIOS2)!

    I tried disabling the service, then deleting the file, but that didn't work.

    I then tried booting into safe mode so only Windows basic services were running, and was able to delete the file.
    Now the Service showed up, but now was saying it couldn't be found.

    How to get rid of a third party service:

    I then opened Regedit and went to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services found the service and deleted the key.

     To get rid of a third party service


    1. Disable the 3rd party service
    2. Go to safe mode
    3. Delete the .sys folder
    4. Boot back into Windows
    5. Open Services and make sure it's still there, but not running anymore
    6. Open Regedit
    7. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services
    8. Find the service key
    9. Delete it
    10. Close Regedit
    11. Reboot Windows and see if the service is gone for good.



    warning   Warning
    Do not do this with Windows Services!
    Make a system image backup before doing this, just incase something goes wrong
    Last edited by Cliff S; 08 Mar 2017 at 02:59.
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  4. ICIT2LOL's Avatar
    Posts : 4,135
    1010 Pro on all on various machines version 1909
       #4

    Hello Shawn aving ogt my machines back - nit wan ting jinx them butt.....

    Just how relevant would this tip be for me as to a lrager extent I really am not sure of what services do what - leave them alone or what?

    Thanks
    John
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  5. Brink's Avatar
    Posts : 48,768
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro for Workstations build 19635
    Thread Starter
       #5

    Hello John, :)

    I would recommend to leave them alone. Disabling the wrong service could cripple Windows.
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  6. ICIT2LOL's Avatar
    Posts : 4,135
    1010 Pro on all on various machines version 1909
       #6

    Ok mate I was expecting something else but I shall do what you say.
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  7. Brink's Avatar
    Posts : 48,768
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro for Workstations build 19635
    Thread Starter
       #7

    Windows 10 does a great job of managing its services, so it's not something you would really need to change or optimize unless for some specific purpose.
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  8. ICIT2LOL's Avatar
    Posts : 4,135
    1010 Pro on all on various machines version 1909
       #8

    Ok Shawn will do as you say and thanks again for the patience.
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  9. Polo6RGTI's Avatar
    Posts : 793
    Windows 10 x64 18363.836
       #9

    I use a little tool called "Disable Unnecessary Services V1.1"

    https://forum.raymond.cc/threads/dis...es-v1-1.40809/

    Below is an example how I've configured the DisableUNS.ini
    Code:
    ; Generated (18.02.2015 12:03:12) by Disable Unnecessary Services v1.1
    ; www.sordum.org
    
    [Services]
    ;Automatic - Manual - Disabled
    
    ;Automatic-Default
    Disable=NAUpdate
    Disable=AdobeARMservice
    Disable=DiagTrack
    Disable=gupdate
    Disable=gupdatem
    Disable=WSearch
    
    ;Manual-Default
    Disable=lfsvc
    Disable=dmwappushservice
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