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Restarting a workstation from a different station

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drdoug26

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#1
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!!!!

Doug
 
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DrX

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#3
ahhhh found it :)

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

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