article Stopping and Starting the Windows Agent

Related Documentation Version of up.time affected Affected Platforms
All Windows

You can start and stop the up.time Windows agent at the command line.

To stop the up.time agent, type one of the the following at the command line:

For an agent version older than 4.1.1202:

net stop "up.time NT agent"


For an agent at version 4.1.1202 or newer:

net stop "up.time agent"


To start the up.time agent, type one of the following commands at the command line:

For an agent older than version 4.1.1202:

net start "up.time NT agent"


For an agent at version 4.1.1202 or newer:

net start "up.time agent"


Note: To determine the agent version that you are running, type net start at the command line to list all running services. If the list contains up.time NT agent, the agent is older than version 4.1.1202. If the list contains up.time agent, the agent is at version 4.1.1202 or newer.

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