After Hours Machine Shutdown Methodology Network-Wide?


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thepip3r

Anyone know of a simple, homogeneous, FREE way to perform an after-
hours shutdown? I've looked into screen savers, GPOs, scripts, third-
party software and I think I'm missing something. ...It seems that in
order to accomplish this, it will take many things working together in
tandem. Am I missing something or will it be something like,
scheduled task checking time to kick off script to shutdown machine?

Any and all suggestions are greatly appreciated! TIA
 
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bert

thepip3r said:
Anyone know of a simple, homogeneous, FREE way to perform an after-
hours shutdown? I've looked into screen savers, GPOs, scripts, third-
party software and I think I'm missing something. ...It seems that in
order to accomplish this, it will take many things working together in
tandem. Am I missing something or will it be something like,
scheduled task checking time to kick off script to shutdown machine?

Any and all suggestions are greatly appreciated! TIA

What operating system are you running? Task Scheduler will probably do
the trick...
 
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Bob

On Tue, 28 Apr 2009 12:54:25 -0700 (PDT), thepip3r

|>Anyone know of a simple, homogeneous, FREE way to perform an after-
|>hours shutdown? I've looked into screen savers, GPOs, scripts, third-
|>party software and I think I'm missing something. ...It seems that in
|>order to accomplish this, it will take many things working together in
|>tandem. Am I missing something or will it be something like,
|>scheduled task checking time to kick off script to shutdown machine?
|>
|>Any and all suggestions are greatly appreciated! TIA

They should work, if NOT try your BIOS to sleep or keep alive or
shutdown.....

Scheduled task checking time, should work, they work for me, but
they only got to computer sleep modes, not total shut offs!
 

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