Identity Synchronization for Windows and Message Queue are installed as daemons on Solaris and Linux, and as services on Windows. These processes start automatically when the system boots, but you can also start and stop them manually, as follows:
From the Windows Start menu:
Select Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Administrative Services.
When the Administrative Services dialog box is displayed, double-click the Services icon to open the Services dialog box.
Select Identity Synchronization for Windows and then select Action -> Start (or Stop) from the menu bar. Repeat for iMQ Broker.
From the command line, enter the net command to control the services.
Pause 30 seconds after stopping the Identity Synchronization for Windows daemon/service before starting it again. Connectors can take several seconds to cleanly shut themselves down.