RSM (Remote Service Manager)
RSM - Remote Service Manager is a free tool for Windows NT (SP6), Windows 2000 and Windows XP which allows remote startup/shutdown of single services and a system reboot with a simple telnet session. RSM installs itself as a service, listening to the specified port (default is 40), waiting for connections from specified addresses with specified login:password. After login the user can issue, via command line, various commands in order to list, start, stop the services of the host running RSM or can force a restart of the remote host.Visit publisher site: RSM (Remote Service Manager)
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I had some trouble testing it. Using PuTTY release 0.58. I set the session a SSH on port 38 (tried various ports with same response) and all I get is a non responsive shell. It works (somewhat) with plain telnet. I could not get it to isolate access. I tried to set deny-all and then permit-mssqlserver to allow only the SQL service to be restarted but it wouldn't allow. I had to permit-all. It would not restart a service. The restart would just stop and I would have to manually start it again.