Allow common user to start and stop Services.


In my case I needed to give permissions to an user to start and stop one services.

So you can use this tool subinacl to achieve our goal.

In command line write this “subinacl /service “Write here Service name” /GRANT=”write here domain\User name”=TO”,

List of the options you can use:

F : Full Control
R : Generic Read
W : Generic Write
X : Generic Execute
L : Read ControL
Q : Query Service Configuration
S : Query Service Status
E : Enumerate Dependent Services
C : Service Change Configuration
T : Start Service
O : Stop Service
P : Pause/Continue Service
I : Interrogate Service
U : Service User-Defined Control Commands

You can download this tool here

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=e8ba3e56-d8fe-4a91-93cf-ed6985e3927b&displaylang=en

Hope this information can be useful.

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About rodvars
Been working in IT Services/Consulting for the past 15 years. My main areas of work are planning, development, managing and administration System infrastructures focusing on optimizing user processes, enforcing business security, performance enhancements, high availabilty and infrastucture scalability.

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