Introduction: Shutdown a Computor Remotley (the Real Way)

This is instructable will show you how to shutdown a computer (from your own) remotely. there is no need to send a file sneak on their computer or have any contact with them. This requires little or no DOS skills although it will help if you are 1337

Step 1: Find Their Computor Name

first type "net view"
next find you target in the list (by the way the target needs to be on your network)
congratz you've found your target.

by the way its also easier if u can sneak a peek at their computer for a minute. if you can click start right click my computer click properties then go to computer name. but thats only if theres alot of computers like in an office or a school.

Step 2: Shutdown -i

go to run and type cmd. this will bring up command promt or DOS. type shutdown -i and a dialog should come up

Step 3: Type

type the computer name. then change warning time to 2 seconds and type a message if you want.

Step 4: Done

Click ok and your done. the most pleasing part is when you do it in an office or school computor lab and you hear "What the F***" ahhhhhh memories

Comments

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skyatron made it! (author)2017-06-02

Is this safe to do? Will i lose any of my files?

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Prof. Pickle made it! (author)2012-08-06

My code:

@echo off
TITLE Tracer V 3.1
color 02
set name=YOURNAMEHERE
set /a tries=3
set password=YOURPASSWORDHERE
:top
echo ----------------------
echo you have %tries% attempts left.
echo Enter Password
echo ----------------------
set /p pass=
if %pass%==%password% (
goto c
)
set /a tries=%tries -1
if %tries%==0 (
goto p
)
:c
echo Password is correct
pause
:M
cls
echo Who would you like to trace?
set /p A=
tracert %A%
pause
echo.
echo.
echo.
echo Would you like to shut someone down? (y/n)
set /p y=
goto %y%
:y
echo Who would you like to shutdown?
set /p B=
cls
echo What do you want to say to them?
set /p c=
pause
shutdown -m \\%B% -s -t 60 -c %c%
echo do you want to abort? (Y/N)
set /p d=
goto %d%
:Y
shutdown -a -m \\%B%
:n
:N
cls
echo Where do you want to go?
echo (M)enu
echo (E)xit
set /p o=
goto %o%
:E
echo GOODBYE
Pause > nul
exit
:p
echo Your not %name%!
pause > nul
echo Shutdown Initializing!
shutdown -s -t 30 -c Shutdown In 30 Seconds
pause
exit

Warning: the first IP address is yours

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VineetK28 made it! (author)VineetK282017-01-26

requested time out. why?

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shiminicij made it! (author)2016-12-18

remote shutdown is not supported why ?

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rashmixx0 made it! (author)2016-11-11

Sure...
In my cmd the "net view" command does not show any computer except mine.I find the connected device using 'wireless network watcher' available in 'nirsoft.net'
But when I try to execute shutdown -i command a pop up window appear
I fill all the details and click ok but then it show an error msg showing that access denied.

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micklez made it! (author)2016-07-06

if you want to do this in a shortcut or something, do shutdown /I enternamehere

if u want to add a comment do -c "entercommenthere" at the end. be sure to use proper punctuation, and parenthases.

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ShaneS66 made it! (author)2016-06-01

IT STILL WORKS FOR ME THOUGH I AM USING WINDOWS 10

author
_SirHacksAlot_ made it! (author)2016-05-29

HEY IF YOU ARE READING THE COMMENTS JUST TO FIND OUT IF THERES ANOTHER WAY... DONT BECAUSE THERE IS NOTHING THERE

author
RohitP23 made it! (author)2015-12-23

well I get an error saying

C:\Users\test>Shutdown -i
other-pc: Access is denied.(5)

I am using windows 10 what do I do please help that would be great

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_SirHacksAlot_ made it! (author)_SirHacksAlot_2016-05-29

welcome to the club

author
_SirHacksAlot_ made it! (author)2016-05-29

ive been trying TO FIGURE OUT SOME DANG WAY TO ACTUALLY DO THIS FOR WINDOWS 10 FOR DAYS

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_SirHacksAlot_ made it! (author)_SirHacksAlot_2016-05-29

if anyone has a suggestion, please tell me

author
_SirHacksAlot_ made it! (author)2016-05-29

still doesn't work on windows 10

author
bhuvanr2 made it! (author)2016-05-25

hai i had done that method but i got access denied.<5>, i cant reach my second pc remotely

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Diego JoseD made it! (author)2016-05-06

I can only find my computer on the command prompt.

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Guest70323G made it! (author)2016-03-29

If you are getting access denied do this from your own personal computer. Do not use school computers as they are usually blocked.

I did this from my own laptop I brought to school and it worked great!

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AaronP50 made it! (author)2016-03-03

access denied...

author
BenignoP made it! (author)2016-02-20

i bumped on an access denied.....

author
KarinaS13 made it! (author)2016-02-11

Is it possible on mac?

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MarioJonyVanWoensel made it! (author)2014-11-25

I have an laptop with windows 7 ultimate and i tryed to shutdown that laptop with my other laptop with windows 8.1 with bing.

I get "acces denied {5}"

How to fix this?

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WildOne1985 made it! (author)WildOne19852015-03-15

Bugs like that has of course been fixed in more recent versions of Windows. Short answer: You can't.

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KevinW54 made it! (author)KevinW542015-10-05

I have Windows Ultimate with Service Pack 1. However, when I do this, it says "Access is denied. (5)". So there is absolutely no way to fix this? Even with service pack 1 it's still bugged up?

author
ShivamC6 made it! (author)2015-09-27

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joeythejuggernaut made it! (author)2014-10-03

How do I do this on linux?

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maro3000 made it! (author)maro30002014-11-22

first download samba common:

1: sudo apt-get install samba-common

2: sudo apt-get install samba-common-bin

now you can shutdown windows pcs remotely:

net rpc shutdown (-f, -s, -t, -c,..) -I IPADDRESS -U USERNAME%PASSWORD

http://www.howtogeek.com/109655/how-to-remotely-shut-down-or-restart-windows-pcs/

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speklarkskiy made it! (author)2011-10-31

Idea:
@echo off
:A
((Code here that shuts down all other computers on the network))
Goto A

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HiPoweredHacker made it! (author)2012-12-11

how do i get admin rights so i can do my hacking at school

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fromdev made it! (author)2012-04-27

Awsome, this shows a list of computers for many people. I did not try shutdown though, I guess it will work. but may not be taken well here :) ....must be good fun for college labs :)

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zsimovic made it! (author)2012-04-12

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airsoftguy1310 made it! (author)2009-03-26

how do you do this on a mac

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iTraceur made it! (author)iTraceur2009-04-24

You can't. Mac's aren't this unstable or unprotected. Mac's rule!

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J-Manoo7 made it! (author)J-Manoo72009-08-20

you can but Mac is just an annoying language to learn, its easier on pc's haha

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iTraceur made it! (author)iTraceur2009-08-23

Erm, Mac isn't a language...

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J-Manoo7 made it! (author)J-Manoo72009-08-26

well Mac's shell, or the Mac version of batch, same with Linux, ya know what i mean : )

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rdearman made it! (author)rdearman2011-12-13

Actually a Mac is just NetBSD (Which is a UNIX clone published under the MIT License, and allows commercial modifications (unlike Linux which is under GNU licence) however the command is the same as all other unix systems and can be done remotely.

sudo shutdown -h now

However you will still need to know the users password or the administrator password same as any unix machine.

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iTraceur made it! (author)iTraceur2009-09-11

If you're talking about Terminal, then, yes, there's a shutdown command, but it can't be operated remotely. Once again, Mac's rule.

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SUPERBROMO made it! (author)SUPERBROMO2010-12-16

actually the entire root systems of a mac are almost impossible to understand once the user gets into the deep dark parts of the system

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J-Manoo7 made it! (author)J-Manoo72010-12-16

*wouldn't be surprised*
I actually need to get some sort of Terminal emulator to practice.

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SUPERBROMO made it! (author)SUPERBROMO2010-12-16

wish i could but im running a pc....*under breath* damit

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J-Manoo7 made it! (author)J-Manoo72011-01-02

PC can run Virtual Box so I think you'll be fine ;)

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octavian234 made it! (author)octavian2342010-01-22

Linux beats all

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Saturn V made it! (author)Saturn V2010-05-14

Windows is better.  Practical, useful, and reasonably priced (not like Macs).

The best part:  you can hack, prank, or drive someone crazy with them!!!

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J-Manoo7 made it! (author)J-Manoo72010-05-15

Yes, Windows is probably the most useful because it's the easiest to use (imo).
Don't know if i would call that the best part haha, but Windows shell was written so you can do anything with it, same with Linux, but Windows, again, is easier to read (again, imo) so more crackers (not a racial slur,, google it.) write their malicious software to run on Windows computers. Also more people use Windows computers and all the defaults in it, so the crackers just infect more people easily. Although i noticed that in Vista Telnet is disabled by default.. probably the only good thing about Vista...

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J-Manoo7 made it! (author)J-Manoo72010-05-15

This is true. *Linuxhigh5*

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HF TMM made it! (author)HF TMM2011-01-20

iTraceur, please read this: http://www.forbes.com/free_forbes/2010/0412/technology-apple-hackers-charlie-miller.html?partner=yahoomag.

Please don't be so arrogant about the over-glorified Apple OS's. Take time to consider other OS's and their perks (every OS has its strengths and weaknesses). I do mean this in a nice way: the ONLY reason macs aren't exploited out of existence is because they aren't a big target for hackers. In fact, and I qoute, "The reasoning: Cybercriminals don't bother to target Macs because their 8% U.S. market share is too low to make them profitable targets.", from the link I provided. Pompous mac users generally piss hackers of all kinds off because they claim to have a nearly unbreakable system that is so complex, even the best have trouble hacking it. The truth is, at the roots of all mack OS's is a *nix based kernel which is known by every legitimate hacker world-wide. Again, just trying to make a point.

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techman9 made it! (author)techman92011-01-21

Amen Thank u very much sir

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HF TMM made it! (author)HF TMM2011-01-28

You're very welcom :) I just get so pissed when Mac fanboys think that stieve jobs is the cyber god and they are his loyal subjects. It's pathetic, saying things like "macs rule!" and "macs aren't this unstable or this unprotected" on a post obviously geared towards wanna be hackers (I don't mean condescendingly). Did he not expect someone who knows what they're talking about to sit him down? Have fun ruling that huge 8% market share.. woo hoo!

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HF TMM made it! (author)HF TMM2011-01-23

Here's how to do it on a Mac. Yes iTraceur, a Mac, this must kill you: http://www.macworld.com/article/54317/2006/12/remoteshut.html

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~KnexBuild~ made it! (author)2011-11-14

mine says:
Access Denied
Failed: IP Name

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