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Using Windows XP Remote Shutdown

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Flat after work, many employees often do with computers, leading discovery requests to resolve this problem. I think if at all offices to see, which is very time-consuming, so wanted a computer could pass all the machines are turned off. Because all of the office machines are installed Windows XP system and thought the use of a remote shutdown "Shutdown" command. Specific methods are as follows:

Step 1, click the "Start → Run" in the dialog box, enter "Gpedit.msc", click [OK], open the "Group Policy Editor."

Step 2, in the "Group Policy Editor" window to the left to open "Computer Configuration → Windows Settings → Security Settings → Local Policies → User Rights Assignment" in the right window, select "force shutdown from a remote system." In the pop-up dialog box shows the current that only "Administrators" group have the right to remotely shutdown; click the dialog box below the [Add User or Group] button, and then in the pop-up dialog box, enter "Heyongsheng" ( Administrator account), and then click [OK].

Step 3, when the "forced shutdown from a remote system," the properties will be added to a "Heyongsheng" user, click [OK], the last off "Group Policy Editor" window.

Various office computer to carry out such operations, we would give each computer "Heyongsheng" User granted permission to the remote shutdown. To work, my own machine as long as the following:

Step 1 Click "Start → Run" in the dialog box, type "Shutdown-I", the screen will display "Remote Shutdown" dialog box (Figure 1).

Figure 1 In the dialog box, type "Shutdown-I"

Step 2 Click the [tour] button, the dialog box to find the computer.

Step 3 Click [Start Search] button, will appear in this network all the computers (Figure 2).

Figure 2 to find all the computers in the network

Step 4 Hold down the Ctrl key, use the mouse to select to turn off the computer and finally click [OK], then in the remote shutdown dialog box will appear to turn off the computer.

Step 5 In the Options drop-down box, select an appropriate reason for the closure, and then click [OK] (Figure 3).

Figure 3 select the appropriate reason for the closure of

In accordance with the above steps, remote shutdown automatically completed.

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