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Business Objects:Crystal Enterprise FAQ

Crystal Enterprise

Killing server process by pelajhia
Posted: 5 Jul 05

Not an ideal answer to recurring problems with servers 'hanging' in a stopping state, however this may be helpful from time to time:

On windows 2000, get the process id for the hanging service from the command prompt type:
tlist -s  >shows list of all processes, id on the left

kill processid  >this will completely stop the service of a particular process id.
(ex:  kill 1885)

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