If a problem is caused by a failed service or a runaway process, there’s no need to start other tools or log onto the server to resolve the issue.
You can stop and start services and terminate rogue processes with just a couple of mouse clicks.
For a list of services, the available actions will vary based on the current state of the service and the controls it accepts. All control actions are available from within the list.
For a list of processes, in addition to terminating processes, it’s possible to change their execution priority, again right from within the list.
Design-time filtering lets you restrict the services or processes in an individual list to just those that are relevant to a specific scenario. For example, the general layout includes three lists; one containing all services, one containing just those that are currently running and one containing “failed” services – those that should be running but which aren’t.