Reboot via command line, over network ?


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Dave

Hey all,

I am running Win2k AS. The machine is a 1ghz 1gb ram and about 60gb HD.
Mostly using it running it for web sites and a few other things.

Sometimes it hangs (every few weeks) and I am off site and need to reboot
the machine. I have one machine that is always on, on the network, that runs
answering machine software that alows me to run programs from via special
comands. I know I can set the server to go on X-10 or something but, would
prefer a correct shut down and restart.

What is the way, over the nextwork, I can send a command for a Win2k server
to reboot. Giving it just like selecting Start-> shutdown-> restart computer

Any idea ?

Thanks !

david
 
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-----Original Message-----
Hey all,

I am running Win2k AS. The machine is a 1ghz 1gb ram and about 60gb HD.
Mostly using it running it for web sites and a few other things.

Sometimes it hangs (every few weeks) and I am off site and need to reboot
the machine. I have one machine that is always on, on the network, that runs
answering machine software that alows me to run programs from via special
comands. I know I can set the server to go on X-10 or something but, would
prefer a correct shut down and restart.

What is the way, over the nextwork, I can send a command for a Win2k server
to reboot. Giving it just like selecting Start-> shutdown-
restart computer

Any idea ?

Thanks !

david



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hi,
You should first connect your computer by Vpn or by
answering machine and connect to your office computer from
computer management on your local computer.Right click
computer management and then properties.On the advanced
tab you will see startup and recovery. Click Shutdown and
in the actions menu clik restart..
This will solve your problem exactly the way you wanted
 
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Dave said:
Hey all,

I am running Win2k AS. The machine is a 1ghz 1gb ram and about 60gb HD.
Mostly using it running it for web sites and a few other things.

Sometimes it hangs (every few weeks) and I am off site and need to reboot
the machine. I have one machine that is always on, on the network, that runs
answering machine software that alows me to run programs from via special
comands. I know I can set the server to go on X-10 or something but, would
prefer a correct shut down and restart.

What is the way, over the nextwork, I can send a command for a Win2k server
to reboot. Giving it just like selecting Start-> shutdown-> restart computer

Any idea ?

Thanks !

david
From Run type shutdown /i
you will get Remote Shutdown Window add the computers to shutdown or restart.
Make sure that Firewall is turned off on all client machines.
 
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shutdown -m //computername -r -f
-s shutdown
-r restart
-f force close any applications
//computername as stated, can be replaced by ip


or start a cmd and type shutdown for this command help
 
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