Restarting a workstation from a different station

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by drdoug26, Mar 8, 2002.

  1. drdoug26

    drdoug26 Guest

    Hi all:

    Another question:

    I want to shut down or restart a workstation on my network FROM NETWORK NEIBORHOOD or a different workstation. I have administrative privileges and can access the C:\ of the workstation I want restarted, but can not phsically get to the station to shut it down.

    How can I do this???

    Network: Win98se workstations and NT4.0 server.

    (I'm also connected remotely to my main workstation. Our time clock is stuck and I need to reset it but cant because workstation Kelly has forgot to close out of her time clock. This program needs to be shut down before I can reset all the time clocks so I figured that if I could just shut down her workstation remotely, the problem would be solved.)

    Thanks in advance again the board is the best!!!!

  2. DrX

    DrX Guest

  3. DrX

    DrX Guest

    ahhhh found it :)

    This is the one from the win2K server resource kit, just run it from a command line.