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Automated re-boot of NT 4.0 Server

By good'n ·
Hi all....
Question:
Is there any way to setup an NT 4.0 Server to re-boot itself automatically ? Whether using scripts, task manager, or whatever....is there a way ?
thanks in advance..

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by yorkster In reply to Automated re-boot of NT 4 ...

use shutdown.exe from the resource kit and then use windows scheduler to schedule the reboot.

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Automated re-boot of NT 4.0 Server

by NetTek In reply to Automated re-boot of NT 4 ...

Answer 1 will work. However, it is always good practice to have your server connected to a UPS. Most UPS's come with software that will gracefully shut down a server in the event of a power outage. Additionally, the software will also allow you to schedule shutdowns. If you do not have your server connected to this type of UPS, I would suggest the investment. The alternative could be data loss or a system crash.

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