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Where can I go to start stop and see the dependencies of the print spooler or any other service?

Where can I go to start stop and see the dependencies of the print spooler or any other service?

The Stop and Start buttons are located in the Print Spooler Properties window you just opened, on the General tab. Some errors are fixed by stopping, then starting the print spooler again.

How do I fix printer spooler error?

Fix for “The print spooler service is not running” Error in…

  1. Press “Window key” + “R” to open the Run dialog.
  2. Type “services. msc“, then select “OK“.
  3. Double-click the “Printer Spooler” service, and then change the startup type to “Automatic“.
  4. Restart the computer and try to install the printer again.

What services depend on the print spooler service?

The Print Spooler Service in the Windows operating system is responsible for managing all print jobs and handles interaction with the printer, and if it ceases to run, you would be unable to print anything from your system.

How do I reset my printer spooler?

How To Restart the Print Spooler Service on a Windows OS

  1. Open the Start Menu.
  2. Type services.
  3. Scroll down and select the Print Spooler Service.
  4. Right click on the Print Spooler service and select Stop.
  5. Wait for 30 seconds for the service to stop.
  6. Right click on the Print Spooler service and select Start.

How do I disable the Print Spooler service on a domain controller?

Expand the Security Settings node. Select System Services. In the main pane, for the Print Spooler service, double-click the service name, then select the Define this policy setting option and select the Disabled service startup mode. Close the Group Policy Management Editor window to save your settings.

How do I enable an HTTP service in Windows 10?

On Windows 10, in Control Panel go to the Programs and Features. In the Turn Windows Features On or Off window, select the Internet Information Services checkbox. On Windows Server 2016, this can be found under Server Manager > Add roles and features > then select Web Server (IIS) from the list.