How to Shutdown the Computer (other Computer)

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Introduction: How to Shutdown the Computer (other Computer)

how to open the cmd:
1. long press the start button and click "R"
2. there you go... type CMD
3. OK

Step 1: You Cannot Do This When the Computer Is Not Connected on Your Network..

it doesn't work on facebook, ym, and many more.. it will work when he connected to your network

Step 2: You Cannot Do This When the Computer Is Not Connected on Your Network..

it doesn't work on facebook, ym, and many more.. it will work when he connected to your network

Step 3: You Cannot Do This When the Computer Is Not Connected on Your Network..

it doesn't work on facebook, ym, and many more.. it will work when he connected to your network

Step 4: You Cannot Do This When the Computer Is Not Connected on Your Network..

it doesn't work on facebook, ym, and many more.. it will work when he connected to your network

Step 5: You Cannot Do This When the Computer Is Not Connected on Your Network..

it doesn't work on facebook, ym, and many more.. it will work when he connected to your network

Step 6: Guides

commands on cmd:
ipconfig - to show your ip address
net view - to show who connected to your network
tracert (computer name that you can see on net view) - showing his/her ip address
shutdown -i    - remote shutdown app..

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    To do this you need to type in: "shutdown -i" then select the settings.

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    ParkJ3

    2 years ago

    it does not work guys you can only shut down your computer you can never shutdown other's

    You need to be running CMD as an administrator. If you are an admin right click CMD icon and press 'Run as admin.'

    If you aren't an admin open up CMD and type in
    net user group admin (your account name) /add

    How to shut down any PC on any network visit: www.YouTube.com/watch?v=r20ai4otUo

    You could use the tracert command to trace a website to it's ip address instead of actually getting into the computer

    A useful bit of information, if only you had included a bit more actual instruction.
    Your pictures would probably be self explanatory but they are not really large enough to actually read.
    Could you possibly add a bit more step by step instruction & a few less reminders that "it doesn't work on facebook, ym, and many more.. it will work when he connected to your network".
    Otherwise very interesting :-)