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Haven't tested it, but with other services you can use NET STOP and NET START or the SC.EXE tool (depending on your Operating System) to stop and start a service. Not sure it'd be any different with SB, but of course test.
If you create a windows scheduled task (to start at 01:00) and then have this in the batch file
net stop SafeBootClientManager
net start SafeBootClientManager