the remaining means: bundle:start, bundle:stop, bundle:restart ?
These commands require a number as argument. The number will be different on each individual system and need to be detected during runtime. So the 293 is the id of a specific bundle on your system as the same bundle has a different id on my system.
You may try if this works as expected:
If that does not work you may need to run
net stop "openHAB2"
net start openHAB2
For these commands the openhab user needs elevated privileges.
Other alternatives are mentioned ( windows ps tools ) here: https://www.windowscentral.com/how-start-and-stop-services-windows-10