How to shutdown a remote computer on the network

This is little bit of windows hacking when you say you want to shutdown a remote computer on your LAN network, if you are doing it for FUN then its ok.

But let me tell you, this may also cause some potential data loss at the remote computer.

Requirement: You must have administrator rights in order to remotely shutdown a computer. 

How to:

1. Start>>Run and type cmd and press Enter.

2. type  shutdown  /i

3. add the computers on your network ,set the display timing and enter the shutdown comment.  

Note: You can know what more you can do with shutdown command by typing shutdown help | more and the command window.

Comments

  1. Anubhav says

    Is there any way to know the time when your computer is last turned off?
    May be this very sily to u, but i really want to know.
    Please reply.

  2. Hasan says

    YOOO this does not work. When I do that it says access denied and my remote computer does not have a password!
    PLZ HLELP

  3. gaurav says

    how know any pc password in a local network
    and how to remote shutdown any computer in a local network

  4. Jack says

    ‘Access Denied’ means you do not have Administrator rights, or, to put it in english for the stupid baby, You do not own the Network.

  5. Paul says

    I get Access is denied also and I am set as Administrator on BOTH my PCs. Is there an additional setting I need to set somewhere? I have no problems waking my computer through my LAN.

  6. vinay says

    i installed this soft but when i add network computer for shutdown msg given u dont have rights to shutdown now what i have to do

  7. safar khan says

    i tried but it says “the target computer doesnot support remote shutdown” please help me ANY ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WILL YA

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