shutdown.exe does not work


G

Guest

Hello
i'm in a domain and i'm an administrator of the domain
When i try to reboot a windows station from my laptop (XP SP2) all works fine
shutdown -m \\workstation -r

When i try to send the same command from my workstation (XP SP2)
i have this message (in french sorry)
opération réussie
le client ne dispose pas d'un privilège suffisant
and the station does not reboot

Why ??
the files are the same buil 5.1.2600.2180 20 Ko 19/08/2004
thanks
 
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G

Guest

i'm member of administrators of the domain on the laptop and on the workstation
 
G

Guest

the result is the same
when i try shutdown -i
the return is :

J:\>shutdown -i
Opération réussie.
Le client ne dispose pas d'un privilège nécessaire.
Opération réussie.
Impossible d'obtenir le privilège: v-xp-ol2003
 
G

Guest

Have you tried using the IP address? Ping the workstation and find it's IP
address. My french is not very good, but it seems to state that you do not
have the right admin privaledges.
 
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G

Guest

The problem is solved
it was a bad parameter of local strategy on the desktop : force reboot from
remote system.
all is ok
thanks
 

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