|This should not stop and as such there may be underlying problems that you will have to fix. |
The dirty fix for this is go into the services and see what the recovery options are. There will be three drop down boxes. These can be changed to restart the service after it has failed. So you won’t need to do it manually. (There is a quicker way but I can’t remember it at the moment) to get there go run, type in mmc -> file -> add snap in -> select services then hit add -> ok. then in the right hand pane you will see services open that up and rattle down the list till you find the one you want then hit properties and then to the recovery pane. The rest is pretty self explanatory
If you decide to set them all to restart service be warned. This can cause a s--- storm of problems. Say I open a file from the share. The share service goes belly up and forgets I have that file open. Then someone else decides to work on the file. He or she saves then I save and the other persons work is gone forever. No restore will get it back. Or if it happens the other way I will get a warning and can’t save the file.
best advice is look at the events figure out what the hell is stopping it also look at when virus scanners or backups are running just in case these are knocking the service off.
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google it! wasnt the answer to the question i asked so dont be dense and give me that repl