I am running a media player on thousands of machines from which I am able to set a shutdown time within the media itself (i.e. when a specific media runs it shuts the pc down by association with my shutdown exe). This does work but I am getting an error message on shutdown as stated. It shutsdown through this but I really want to get rid of the error message - any ideas?
Here is my simple bat file code:
shutdown.exe -s -f -t 0
Which is converted into an executable using bat2exe converter.
The program works fine with nothing else running but has trouble with the media player I guess - though the error reported is on cmd.exe? I have tried using taskkill and tskill but neither are available in dos on this system. Is there any other way of remotely shutting down the programs? i.e another command I'm not aware of? Also - can I stop the cmd prompt window from appearing on my screen even if briefly?
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