|Purpose:||Display, stop, or start system services|
|Format:||SERVICES [/= /I /P /R /S /Tn] [name ...]|
The name is the service name, not the display name. name can contain wildcards.
You must be an admin user to run or stop a service.
|/=||Display the SERVICES command dialog to help you set the command line options. The /= option can be anywhere on the line; additional options will set the appropriate fields in the command dialog.|
|/I||Display the PID's for services. Note that stopped services will return 0 for the PID, as will Windows services.|
|2||File system drivers|
|16||Services that run in their own process|
|32||Services that share a process with one or more other services|