server local services

asked 2020-09-12T10:57:24.297+00:00
Mohammad Abdullah 46 Reputation points

Hello Guys ,

I need your suggestions . I am using server 2019 .Some of my services in local server needs to be started manaually everytime the PC starts.Is there any way to automatically starts those services . Please find thhed Screen shot


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  1. answered 2020-09-12T12:10:21.873+00:00
    Dave Patrick 328.8K Reputation points Microsoft MVP

    I'd check the system event log for errors related to the services.

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  2. answered 2020-09-14T02:54:23.313+00:00
    Joy Qiao 4,766 Reputation points Microsoft Employee


    As Google update service will not start if you are not using Google related software when boot computer. So I would recommend to monitor if it start after you used Google software rather than regard boot as judgment.

    As google update service and Anydesk service are third party software service, we also could contact with their support for more information.

    For SQL service issue, we also could create a thread and mark it as SQL-server-general tag for SQL engineer support.

    Also we could create a startup script to start those services with command line "net start service-name"

    For details steps, please refer the article below:

    How to Enable Programs and Custom Scripts to Run at Boot

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