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How to Shutdown

How to shutdown a  Win2000/XP remotely
How to Disable Win98 Fast Shutdown to eliminating Shut-Down problems

How to remove shutdown menu from Start
How to schedule to restart a Windows server

How to shutdown a  Win2000/XP remotely

To remote shutdown windows 2000/XP, 1) run MMC>Computer Management; right-click Computer Management (local)>connect to another computer; select the remote computer; right-click Computer Management (remote computer)>Properties>Advanced>startup & Recovery>shutdown. 2) use command shutdown \\computername. Note: The specified computer may not shut down when you use the Shutdown.exe tool to shut it down. This behavior can occur if the Unlock Computer dialog box appears on the desktop, or if the computer is locked. 3) Other remote access software such as Terminal Service, pcAnywhere, Netmeeting, VNC and Telnet. 4) Use Shutgui.exe from NT Resource Kit

How to Disable Win98 Fast Shutdown to eliminating Shut-Down problems

Run MSCONFIG>Advanced, check Disable fast Shutdown.

How to remove shutdown menu from Start

To remove shutdown menu and keep Logoff, go to MMC>Local Group Policy>User Configuration>Administrative Templates\Start Menu and Taskbar to enable Disable and Remove Shut Down Command and add Logoff.


 

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