When stopping a service, what's the difference between “Services.msc” and “Task Manager”?

Published: 15/01/2019
When stopping a service, what's the difference between “Services.msc” and “Task Manager”?
Source: SERVERFAULT.COM

When I tried to stop a service with "Task Manager > Services" on Windows 7, it failed saying "Access Denied". But when I tried with "Services.msc", it succeeded. I used the name user. Why could "Services.msc" succeed when "Task Manager" fails? What's the difference between them? Do they have different permissions or something like that?

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