How to open the Services drilldown for a Windows Server connection

  1. Direct your web browser to http://www.spotlightcloud.io. Sign in an click the Monitoring tab. See also Welcome to Spotlight Cloud Monitoring.
  2. Select a Windows Server connection. Select the Services drilldown.

Open the Services drilldown for a Windows Server connection

The columns of the Services grid are:

Service

This shows the name of the service or driver as reported to the system.

Display Name

This is the friendly name of the service or driver.

Start up

This shows how the service acts on Windows start

Service Description
Automatic Starts every time the system starts, after the Boot and System devices start.
Manual Requires manual startup or another service or device to request its startup.
Disabled Does not start and cannot be manually started.
Boot Starts every time the system starts, before any other devices start.
Demand Starts when the device is detected or needed for a specific event.
System Starts every time the system starts, after the Boot devices start.

Service Type

Shows what type of program this is.

Current State

Shows what the current status is of the service or driver. The status can be Running, Not Running or Paused.

Service Account

The account under which the service runs.

Details

Display Name

This is the friendly name of the service.

Startup Type

This shows how the service acts on Windows start

Service Status

The runtime status of the service, one of: Started, Stopped, Starting, Stopping.

Service Type

Shows what type of program this is.

Controls Accepted

Accepted commands to control the service, one of: Start, Stop, Suspend, Resume, Pause, Restart.

Service Account

The account under which the service runs.

Executable

The full path of the executable that is run as a service.

Description

The localized service description as seen in the services control panel applet.

Dependencies

Shows services and drivers required by the selected service and services dependent on the selected service.