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How can I remotely Reboot a PC using windows

By PancCal ·
I am using PCAnyhwerec 11.0 and 11.5 to remotely connect to PCs. when PCAnywhere chrashes, I get Isolate from the PC. I need to know how can I reboota Pc using windows 2000 or XP Pro. When PCAnywhere chrashes, I still can map to PC.

PCAnywhere needs improvements. Not the best product!!
http://www.symantec.com/home_homeoffice/products/overview.jsp?pcid=pf&pvid=pca12

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agreed

by lowlands In reply to How can I remotely Reboot ...

PCAnywhere has it's problems.

The easiest way to reboot a remote PC, asumming that:
- You have admin permissions based on the account you use on you own PC
- the PC is still responsive

from your own XP workstation run:
<b> shutdown -r -m \\pcname </b>

If your local account does not have admin priviliges on the remote pc, try psshtdown

see http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals/utilities/psshutdown.mspx

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Thanks it works. I added the -f to close running process

by PancCal In reply to agreed

Thanks it works. I added the -f to close running process.
C:\shutdown -r -f -m \\computer name

User acc is needed at remote site.

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