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How to remote shutdown computer with win2K OS ?
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You can use the Windows 2000 resource kit to shutdown a remote machine.
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by:matt023
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the shutdown.exe tool is in the Resource Kit as escheider had pointed out.
to use:

shutdown \\pc_name /c /t:1

to have it rebooted:

shutdown \\pc_name /c /r /t:1

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by:ritupatel112699
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you can also use that old net use command to shutdown the remote Win2k Server.
 and make sure you are using Administrator user and password when you are issuing teh command remotely.
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