Windows operating system allows you to work with remote computers, which makes it possible to administer them, or at a distance to provide assistance to users.As a rule, remotely administer a computer from time to time there is a need for a reboot.
If you use a remote administration software, which allows to control the cursor on another computer, then restart is carried out in the usual way - press the "Start" menu, select "off" - "Reset".After that, the connection to the remote computer is interrupted, it will restart.
There is an option reboot the remote computer via the command line - provided that you have access to it.To reset using the shutdown command with the appropriate parameters.For example, if you type in the command line shutdown -t 0 -r -f and press Enter, the computer will be restarted immediately.
command options are as follows: -t - sets the time before shutdown.The example above shows the time 0 seconds, so the computer immediately begins to restart.
If you specify a different time, for example, 20 seconds, the screen will display a window with the warning that the computer will restart in the specified time.Option -r (reboot) says that it will restart, not off.To turn off your computer, use the option -s.The next option -f, he says that all running applications will be closed without warning the user.
you can display any additional message, enclose it in double quotes as follows: shutdown -t -r 20 -c «Warning, the computer will restart in 20 seconds!".The parameter c in this case indicates the presence of a comment.Remember that when the team set quotes should be entered directly into the command line and do not paste the copied phrase with quotes.
There are utilities that facilitate the restart of the remote computer.For example, the program PsShutdown allows you to quickly reload a large number of remote computers - provided that you have the right to do, that is, they are an administrator.
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