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How to remotely shutdown another computer on your network.

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Published on Sep 18, 2010

First, u need to look up computers on your network, so go to START/RUN/ and type cmd...

Second, you need type "net view" to view all of the computers on your network...

Third, once you find a computer you want to shutdown, u need to find its IP address so type the following...

"tracert" followed by the computer name (tracert without the quotes..)

Third, once you have found the computers IP address, go to START/RUN/ and type "Shutdown -i"

Fourth, in the dialog box, you will see a box that is empty, and next to it there is the following buttons:Add, Remove and Browse, click add...
add the computers IP address you found in cmd and continue to complete the rest of the shutdown dialog box, note, you must make a comment to shutdown the computer.

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OS Order:

Windows 7...Windows Vista... Windows XP

The OS order goes as follows, as in if you have Windows XP, and you want to shutdown Windows 7, IT WILL NOT WORK!!!!

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