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Reference:

http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/view/5943/stop-or-start-restart-a-windows-service-from-a-linux-machine

Make sure that you have the samba-common package installed for Ubuntu, or the corresponding package for your Linux distribution. The simple sudo apt-get install samba-common command will do it for any Debian-based Linux.

net rpc -I ADDRESS -U USERNAME%PASSWORD service {stop|start} SVCNAME

list the services available on a Windows machine by using the following command, making sure to use credentials that have administrative privileges on the remote machine:

net rpc service list -I IPADDRESS -U USERNAME%PASSWORD

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