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By twhong ·
Is there a way to reboot a server remotely from a windows 95 workstation ?

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by VladanM In reply to Rebooting A Server Remote ...

I use Remote Administrator (www.mtu-net.ru\radmin) and found it faster and easyer to use than other popular remote administration utilities such as PCAnywhere and Remote Desktop. Definitely worth a try.

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by dcyr In reply to Rebooting A Server Remote ...

Shutgui from the resource kit, or if it is a Compaq server, you can use insight manager (if the insight agents are properly configured)

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by Wayne Maples In reply to Rebooting A Server Remote ...

The Windows NT Resource Kit has commandline shutdown.exe and gui version shutgui.exe which you can run from Win9x to shutdown any NT box to which you have administrative privileges. To gain admin access to a server from an nt workstation,
you canuse the IPC$ authenication method:

net use \\servername\IPC$ /USER:domain\adminaccount password

net use \\162.16.25.32\IPC$ /USER:domain\adminaccount password

For some, netbios server name will work. I have seen only ip address work in some environments. domain can be servername if local member server account.

To remove admin access privileges, issue command

net use \\servername\ipcs$ /d

I work in an NT only environment. Assuming the /user: syntax works under Win9x,
that plus shutdown or shutgui will do the job.

I administer multiple NT domains from my nt workstation without being logged on as
admin using the IPC$ authenication method to gain admin access when and as I need it.

-Wayne

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