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Hi! I want to create a shortcut on desktop and use it for shutting down the pc. I know there is something to do with the "Rundll32" command and tried creating a shortcut pointed to "Rundll32 User, ExitWindows" but when i execute the shortcut it returns a "Missing Entry" error. Anyone know the shortcut to point to the shutdown command?
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C:\WINDOWS\RUNDLL.EXE user.exe,exitwindows

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rundll32 krnl386.exe,exitkernel
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