RemoteShutdown allows an NT/2K/XP Administrator to remotely shutdown any number of NT/2K/XP Workstations over which they have administrative control via either a GUI interface or a command-line interface.
You can specify a delay, which can either be an absolute time (eg. 8pm) or a relative time (eg. "20 minutes from now"), during which a message you specify can be displayed. Alternatively you can specify a shutdown without warning. Applications running on the target machine(s) at the time of shutdown can be allowed to close, or can be terminated immediately.
Whilst a delayed remote shutdown is taking place, you can abort the shutdown of any or all of the workstations on the shutdown list.
You can also perform a delayed shutdown of your own (local) machine, with optional support for APM power-off
Options can be set via both a GUI and a command-line interface. Groups of workstations can be specified in the GUI and saved* for use later with either the GUI or command-line interface, allowing repetitive automated shutdowns to be performed.
To make full use of RemoteShutdown you must be running Windows NT/2K/XP. Whilst you can still do local delayed shutdowns under Windows95/98/ME, remote shutdowns are not supported.
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Link to Remote Shutdown sample code
Platform: Win95,Win98,WinME,WinNT 3.x,WinNT 4.x,Windows2000,WinXP,Windows2003
License: Free To Try
Network & Internet::Remote Computing
Date Added: Oct 29, 2006
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Last version date: May 31, 2006
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